Adrienne Zervos

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When it comes to office women, the more hacks they have up their sleeves they have, the better for them. We have given you some ideas about the kind of quick hairstyle tutorials so that

November’s Infographics & Interactives Galore – Part Two | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

There are just so many good infographics and interactives out there that I’ve begun a new semi-regular feature called “Infographics & Interactives Galore.” You can see others at A Collection Of…

Genius car cleaning hacks I must try on my dirty car! How to clean headlights, tires, get rid of bumper stickers and more amazing car cleaning tips & tricks using things I already have!

All natural**Genius car cleaning hacks I must try on my dirty car! How to clean headlights, tires, get rid of bumper stickers and more amazing car cleaning tips & tricks using things I already have!

The-Ugly-Journey-Of-Our-Trash

What is the impact of our plastic use on the ocean's animal life? A new infographic from Project AWARE sheds a bit of light on the sheer scale of the problem, and the incredible number of animals affected by our plastic problem.

Classroom Organization: Managing Student Absences. Great tips from a high school teacher on how to keep track of student absences and the work missed!

Make for geometry*Classroom Organization: Managing Student Absences. Great tips from a high school teacher on how to keep track of student absences and the work missed!

Starting Out with Sentence Stems- This post has ideas for using sentence stems in math, social studies, and science. | The Science Penguin

Social Studies Sentence Stems help students understand what it is that they are learning and communicate about it, helps students with special needs and provides focus for lessons.

Musical Chairs Writing! When the music stops you pick up writing where the last person left off. 10 minute intervals...or with alphabet and numbers :)

PP said, "musical chairs reading. Play music and when the music stops students stop, sit down and start reading! Lots of fun and something different to develop reading interests." Perhaps you could also put letters of alphabet on chairs &/or sight words.