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Gingerbread Man: Character, Setting, Sequence

***Updated 11/17/16***This gingerbread unit is perfect for teaching character, setting, and sequencing a story. This has been updated to include even more activities. Part 1 includes an activity in identifying characters, setting, and sequencing with the following books: The Gingerbread ManRetold by Louise MartinThe Gingerbread CowboyBy Janet SquiresThe Gingerbread BoyBy Richard EgielskiThe Gingerbread BearBy Robert DennisKeep Running, Gingerbread ManBy Steve SmallmanThe Gingerbread Man By…

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During this time of year, it’s easy to pack on extra pounds. Tailor this daily calorie-blasting yoga sequence to fit into your busy schedule this holiday season to stay healthy and strong, and maintain your fitness goals.

Watching the dust particles dance inside these light beams was unbelievable. I brought my motion control timelapse equipment down into the cave to shoot this sequence. Had a blast shooting with @ryan_field_ and @andrew.studer. Shot with @dynamicperception and @emotimo.

Yoga Sequence to Blast a Muffin Top

Yoga Sequence to Blast a Muffin Top | Skinny Mom | Where Moms Get the Skinny on Healthy Living

Beautiful top Beautiful blast mid Steve top red sequence be great for any occasion especially Christmas or New Years slits in side also Tops Blouses

The Tara Stiles yoga workout to build strength at home

Do Tara’s routine four times a week for a total-body, fat-blasting workout. Hold each pose for five breaths, unless otherwise noted. When you finish the sequence on the right side, repeat on your left.

Perfect for math teachers and parents! Encourage numbering and sequencing skills with Baby Monkey Astronaut. The rocket is set for blast off and it's time to start the countdown. Ready for a memory and sequencing game with a little simian companion? Pick up your copy of Baby Monkey Astronaut today!

Here’s the reel deal skinny on a movie called The Wanderers: This 1979 blast from the past cult classic by Philip Kaufman (The Right Stuff) thoroughly entertains from the first beat of its opening sequence to its nomadic advice at the closing credits.