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A few bad feelings-- and how to beat them. Use this positive thinking chart for a boost of positivity whenever you're having a bad day at work! | All About Perspective: A Cynic's Guide to Thinking Positively by blogger Stephanie Ziajka from Diary of a Debutante

A few bad feelings-- and how to beat them. Use this positive thinking chart for a boost of positivity whenever you're having a bad day at work! | All About Perspective: A Cynic's Guide to Thinking Positively by blogger Stephanie Ziajka from Diary of a Debutante

The best kitchens of 2016. like small shelf above sink, colors, no shiny tile

The RAME brass-plated pentant lights from Mondo Luce are real scene-stealers in this kitchen by Brett Mickan.

Are you ready to start fostering a growth mindset culture with your elementary students and unsure where to start? This resource is designed with explicit, research based lessons, activities, anchor charts, and an interactive bulletin board to help your students distinguish between growth and fixed mindsets, how the brain learns, goal setting, and much more!

Are you ready to start fostering a growth mindset culture with your elementary students and unsure where to start? This resource is designed with explicit, research based lessons, activities, anchor charts, and an interactive bulletin board to help your students distinguish between growth and fixed mindsets, how the brain learns, goal setting, and much more!

Tips and a free "cheat sheet" for incorporating critical thinking in your instruction. Get students responding and thinking with depth and complexity.

Tips and a free "cheat sheet" for incorporating critical thinking in your instruction. Get students responding and thinking with depth and complexity. Relates to the general capabilities outlined by the AC.

Brain teaser

Number-Letter Codes, Hink Pinks, Rhyming Pairs, Weird Words, and More Challenging Brain Teasers!

Brain teasers

Word puzzles/brain teasers would be fun for students to do in partners or small groups; you could jigsaw the class so small groups only have to concentrate on solving a few of them and then get back together to share.