TeachHub.com provides the latest resources for teachers & parents

by Sami

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To be completely transparent, I get approached frequently by brands, organizations & websites looking to me to help promote their material. But I take this platform very seriously and still imagine it’s just me writing to my best friend on here…even though I now have the privilege of interacting with thousands of you on a daily basis.

In that same light, I would only tell my best friend about something that either:
A. I loved
B. I think she will love
C. I think we should get involved with
So I guess it’s no coincidence that when I learned about TeachHub.com, I wanted to share it with you all. My best friend was a teacher for many years, I taught for five years and as a mom, I believe every parent is a teacher at home!

At its heart, TeachHUB.com is a great free resource for all teachers and parents who want the latest in education technology, news
and tools.

According to the teachers at TeachHUB.com, success in education starts with curiosity…and curiosity starts at home. If we expect our kids to get excited about something, then we first have to get excited about it ourselves!

Even though I have never technically ‘homeschooled’ my kids, I started ‘learning time’ with them when they were very young. I’ve always tried to be very purposeful about pouring certain concepts into my kids, including French, piano, math and of course, a love of reading.

But even in the midst of recognizing the need to pass on my passions to my kids, I also recognize the need to get help from the experts when it comes to how to best convey those concepts. From interactive whiteboard resources and App reviews to tips on how to organize teacher binders and community forums, this website equips not only teachers, but those of us who have been blessed with the role of parent to fulfill our calling as teachers in our own homes.

In honor of National Library Week, why not take the prompting of TeachHub.com to encourage your kids to explore a topic they’re interested in learning more about? Sit down at a library and read together – and ask them what they learned!

I was selected for this opportunity by Clever Girls Collective, and content and opinions expressed here are all my own. To learn more about the TeachHUB.com, visit their website. #CleverTeachers #NLW13

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