Let me tell you, one of the hardest things about planning my own wedding was trying to write the wedding ceremony. I was not a fan of the traditional vows (I obey noone but myself thankyouverymuch) and really wanted to find something that reflected our concept of what we wanted our relationship to be. So I started looking past the traiditonal wording and readings suggested on most wedding websites and started looking for quotes that could be used in any wedding. Here's a few of my favorites:
I like the oversized white words against the colored backgrounds in the second and third photos on this. I could incorporate this into my magazine by using something like this for the title of a feature story.
Free - Map Adventures, with 7 lessons, is appropriate for grades K-3. Students will learn basic concepts for visualizing objects from different perspectives and how to understand /and use maps. Be sure to grab the free 15 printables here too that go along with these 7 lesson plans. http://egsc.usgs.gov/isb/pubs/teachers-packets/mapadventures/repro.html
Sight word activities: Another fun way for kiddos to do word work for Daily 5 or just practice. She printed off her Play-doh sight word cards on orange paper and then had children form the words with seasonal erasers that she bought at Target's Dollar spot. Cute idea.