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Make a Bunny: Crafts Here are instructions on how to craft your own bunny. Click on the link below for printouts.
Use the daisy pattern shown below: Create your own daisy by tracing a CD, then draw in the petals and stem of the flower. The daisy
You will need… Heart pattern – White or color of your choice card stock. – Colored paper or card stock. – Scissors –
Our abctools section is very popular among our members. Some of the tools have
Fun Reading Log on a Metal Ring * When I taught 3rd grade I was always trying to come up with a fun way
* This week’s fun activity is great for Halloween parties, craft day or for a learning center. * Follow the easy instructions and
Bill Gates gave a Ted Talk in May 2013 about feedback, and the lack thereof, directed at teachers. Gates cited a study that claims 98%
I didn’t realize I had become Letterman. As in David Letterman, the soon-to-retire host of the Late Show. I did, however, realize that I was
“What could possibly go wrong?” The phrase is rarely deployed without irony, and for good reason; we are all familiar with Murphy and his law.
Medieval heraldry sounds about as fun as a day of browsing antique shops to the few children who know what the term means. It almost
“We’ve been talking, and we’re tired of doing kid stuff,” said Andy, one of my favorite trouble-making fifth-graders. We were only a few days into
Humans love mystery. It can be frustrating one moment (where are my keys?!), and great fun the next (just one more chapter…). We subject ourselves