Over the last 2 weeks in Michigan teachers have been bringing their students to computer labs and opening up the M-Step to find an array of skills and content their students may or may not have learned. I will admit, at first I was hot; mad about students being tested on material and skills that they learned years before. However, being mad accomplishes nothing. Rather I took to Pinterest and various websites online to see how other teachers are integrating skills into their curriculum. On the M-Step Social Studies teachers saw a lot of charts, maps, timelines, economics and cause and effect skills, meaning that we need to make sure our Social Studies courses are interdisciplinary and are constantly teaching skills, as well as content. Pinterest allows teachers to collaborate, inspire and share their ideas. By creating an atmosphere of collaborative teaching, interdisciplinary studies, and skill building across classrooms, teachers will help students grow and improve their test-taking skills.