Tips for a U.S. Road Trip DO have a rough itinerary. I’m by no means suggesting that you should plot out anything strict or rigid, but rough itinerary of some sort will definitely help. You should have a good idea of what you’d like to do/see along the way, and perhaps even what stops you’d like to make. Not only will this help you figure out how much time you’ll need, but it will also help you budget accordingly. My sister and I figured out which city we’d spend each night in on our 20-day…
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It works too, my car broke down next to a park not even 30 feet from the main road, so I pulled over took a look to see if I could figure it out and not even 2 minutes after I pulled over a guy came over from the park and asked if I needed help. I got free oil because of this.
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Ever asked your students to describe a character? Good, bad, nice, mean? Yes, I've had that lesson fail and I figured out what to do about it. Provide your students with a set of character traits and definitions that will have them increasing the level of their vocabulary in no time! 48 character traits, activity sheets, lesson ideas, great for poster, bulletin board, word of week, and more!