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At Hygloss Products, we believe that a great education is one of the most important building blocks to a successful and happy life. Reading is a paramount skill, because reading comprehension affects every single subject, from math and science, to history and literature (especially literature). One of the hardest things a teacher can do is get an unruly or uninterested student excited about a particular subject that the student has no real interest in. Fear…

At Hygloss Products, we have a wide selection of creative products for art & education! Our wide selection of craft paper works great for all of your classroom needs; from collages to cardboard houses, there is nothing that our paper can’t do! In this blog we’ll be going over our many different types of craft paper and their uses. If you want to buy craft paper online, you’ve come to the right place! Corrugated Craft…

A new semester brings a lot of new activities, students, and things to remember for a teacher. One of the most important things to remember as a teacher is your student’s names! Calling someone by their name instead of “hey you” is always going to grab someone’s attention; it’ll also make them respond to you in a kinder, more understanding fashion. Young children deserve to be called by their names, but it can be difficult…

Math is one of those subjects that does not seem to be the highlight of many kids’ school curriculums. One of the most frequently asked questions that teachers get asked is: “How do I get my kid to learn math?” There are many fun ways that you can do this as a teacher or parent (the two are often synonymous) and we’ll list a few of those ideas in the following blog. Count with Your…

Getting kids excited to go to school or go back to school can be tough. With an unlimited amount of free time and fun during Summer and Winter breaks, reestablishing a solid school routine and love for learning can be tough. School should be an activity that children get excited about; however, this is not always the case. It’s time to sharpen those pencils and get back to it! In this article, we’ll discuss a…

March 17 is St. Patrick’s Day! It’s time to bring the Luck O’ The Irish to the children in your classroom this March! There are many fun activities, crafts, games, and lessons that you can craft around this iconic holiday. Since the 17th century, thousands of people have been celebrating this holiday by commemorating the celebration of Saint Patrick’s life, the foremost patron saint of Ireland. Celebrations involving green attire, festivals, parades, and shamrocks are…

At Hygloss, we know how important decorations are to a developing mind. Creating an air of imagination, creativity, and useful growth for a child should be fun and exciting, as well as informative. One of the best ways to do this is to organize arts and crafts projects to encourage participation and stimulation. Group projects encourage healthy social behavior and an atmosphere of teamwork, which is incredibly important for children. Baby Wipe Containers You can…

Classroom decorations are a fun and interesting way to spice up the atmosphere of your classroom and give students a safe and warm place to learn. Developing children respond well to colorful and creative stimuli in their environment and there’s no better place for decorations and learning materials than the classroom itself! Classroom Posters Our posters can be used as message boards, deliver informative messages, and also be used as teaching aids! These posters can…

Classroom color and decor is a must-have! Whether it’s seasonal, themed, or a fun display of class artwork, Hygloss can help cut the work in half. Here are three simple ideas for your classroom to look its best this school year: 1. Beautiful Borders Bunnies, Bugs and Be Your Best are three of the border themes you can find in Hygloss’ Classroom Theme section! We have a number of nameplates, borders and stickers in each…

It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been teaching children for years or are a newly graduated teacher; a classroom full of kids can get very rowdy! Kids are full of energy and are prone to distraction, so it’s not always your fault if the classroom starts to get noisy. It’s easy to throw in the towel, but regaining control of your classroom is a skill that every teacher should be familiar with. Don’t wait until your…