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Plaster of paris sculptures, for adults or with children blow balloons up over and over to stretch them out before adding plaster this can be a lot of fun, an activity all in itself.... let blown up balloon go and try to catch http://artfulparent.com/2014/01/plaster-balloon-sculptures-with-kids.html http://artfulparent.com/2014/01 - created via http://pinthemall.net

Plaster of paris sculptures, for adults or with children blow balloons up over and over to stretch them out before adding plaster this can be a lot of fun, an activity all in itself.... let blown up balloon go and try to catch http://artfulparent.com/2014/01/plaster-balloon-sculptures-with-kids.html http://artfulparent.com/2014/01 - created via http://pinthemall.net

from Teachers Pay Teachers

France Booklet (a country study!)

France Booklet (a country study!) -- Use during social studies units about countries around the world! TeachersPayTeachers

from latimes

Las Vegas: 21 things to do for under $21

"For those who want to spend more time than money in Las Vegas, here are 21 things to do for less than $21, all aimed at keeping the bottom line low and the fun factor high."

from Utrip Travel Planning Blog

The Top 4 Most Romantic Places in Paris - Utrip Travel Blog

Top 4 Romantic Places in #Paris Book a dinner at Le Jules Verne – a restaurant located on the second platform of the Eiffel Tower. The remarkable view will heighten the mood of love as the two of you sample authentic French cuisine with sips of fine wine.

Bibi rode 9.8 kilometers that included the RS Medika Intersection to Pos Pengumben Intersection segment and the Pos Pengumben Straight segment.

from Kid World Citizen

Using the Web to Take Virtual Field Trips

Virtual field trips- see and learn about different places that are too far to visit. If we are reading a story about a culture or learning about a place, this could be a great way to explore it more deeply and compare it to where we live. Could also be used as an introduction to the story. Great way to get the students out of their own world and understand the stories and people more deeply. Great break from reading/writing.