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from The Penny Hoarder

Want to Get Paid to Be on Social Media? Apply for This Work-From-Home Job

Do you know your way around Facebook and Twitter? Do you want to work from home? You may be interested in a job we just learned about from a reader. Here’s how to apply. /thepennyhoarder/

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from upperelementarysnapshots.com

5 Ways to Explore Place Value Concepts

Looking for ways to increase the rigor of what you do with place value? So many textbooks ask students to do too much "fill in the blank" work...see how these 5 ideas might help you have a little fun AND improve your students' math understanding!

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Wisdom from a tough lady. :) Life isn't easy or simple. No matter how much you pretend it is. People come up with many excuses to not do the work. Unfortunately, more people ever day have real reasons not to move forward. *Society* today get's in the way of real progress. The World is stuck in reverse.

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Do you know a little interrupter who just HAS to share their thoughts? It is really important to teach the 'Why' behind social skills and linking to what other people are thinking. I always accompany this story with some Thought & Feeling Cards so that my students can start to understand how OTHER people think about THEM.

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from The Kennedy Adventures!

How Do You Work AND Homeschool

Can you work AND homeschool? Whether you have a job outside the home, inside the home, or both, you CAN homeschool your children. Our experienced panel shares how they get it done. #ihsnet #homeschool

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from The Penny Hoarder

Drybar is Hiring 50 Virtual Receptionists (You’ll Only Work Weekends!)

Do you appreciate a good blowout? Drybar needs work-from-home receptionists in 46 states. Here’s how you can get in on the action. @thepennyhoarder

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from Living • Learning • Leedy

Helping Angry Students to “Cool Down”

How do you help students work through their emotions when they are angry in class? I have started using this cool down center as a classroom management tool and an immediate way for students to relax and calm down. Check it out at http://LivingLearningLeedy.wordpress.com

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