Improvements in iPad Make the Time Timer ® iPad App Even Easier To Use!


Keep students on task, bring your meeting in on time, or keep track of chore schedules at home, without losing the ability to use your iPad for other things. 

Creative Teacher Gifts for (Almost) Everyone on your List

Teacher Appreciation Week is the first week in May. Are you prepared? We’ve got clever gift ideas for any teacher on your list. NO coffee mugs in sight.

Five Ways to Communicate with Individuals who are on the Autism Spectrum


April is Autism Awareness Month, and it’s the perfect time to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and the people it affects. PBS Kids is getting involved by airing autism-related episodes of some of their most popular shows, including Arthur and Sesame Street, encouraging children to befriend peers who are on the autistic spectrum. Affiliates of the Autism Society will hold special community events and activities throughout the month.

Our Favorite Finds for Spring Break Road Trips



It’s Spring Break season, and my kids had an early break. As I write this, we are on our final leg of a 10-day road trip that took us to six hotels, four states and 1,654 public restrooms, all in my econobox of a car that I bought just because I liked the color.


We survived, and I wanted to share some of the finds I took with us on the trip to help your family plan yours!

Seven Tips for Test Taking

Seven Tips for Test Taking


Spring has sprung here in the U.S., which means more daylight, trees in bloom, soccer games...and testing are just around the corner! We’ve got tips and tricks to help you prepare.