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Gijs Van Vaerenbergh has designed the strangest church we've seen

This church by architect Gijs Van Vaerenbergh appears to be completely transparent. When the light hits it at just the right angel, the Belgian church  seems to be glowing and completely other-worldly. It is constructed using  over 30 tons of steel and 2000 columns, meaning that contrary to it’s appearance, the structure is extremely solid. The [...]

It's easy to get stuck in a rut with specific elements of therapy structure. I have a professor that sees every interaction with a client as part of the therapeutic relationship, and therefore, he interacts intentionally with his clients always, choosing his language and messages carefully based on their therapeutic value.   We don't all view our relationships with our clients in the same way, which means this type of scrutiny may not seem necessary to all of us; however, there is…

from BBC News

Wildlife Photographer of the Year - People's Choice

Rainbow wings by Victor Tyakht, Russia

from the Guardian

Arcaid's architecture photograph of the year shortlist – in pictures

Musee de Confluences, Lyon, France

from PreparednessMama

How to Improve Soil Structure This Winter

How to Improve Soil Structure This Winter - PreparednessMama

Once you've discovered a general idea of your plot, you can use these three steps to figure out how to structure your story's outline.

Teach text structures with this nonfiction text structure anchor chart and FREE sorting activity! Ideal lesson for the upper elementary classroom that includes 8 free passages!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Apraxia Snowflake: Snowflake Crafts for Apraxia

Work on multiple syllable structures during therapy and go home with a cute snowflake to practice carryover!

Hello and a happy weekend to all. It's Melissa Penfold @melissa_penfold from Australia delighted to be taking over this feed for the next five days to look at some of our fave ideas for house and gardens. We've always loved using Boston ivy, Virginia creeper, ficus and grape vine to give life to our exterior facades - without climbing plants, a house can have a temporary feeling of being dropped on the spot. Vines trained with the right framework bring structure to any garden. They add…