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The Frustrations of Startup Investing - If you have someone that is willing to invest, can provide material help, and is passionate about you and your idea, it behooves you to figure out a way to bring that investor on board.

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Spring Resource Bundle

This bundle includes materials to use with some of my favorite spring titles. I've included materials to build fluency, work on comprehension skills, and to help your students become strong writers and thinkers. Each spring book includes vocabulary, reading comprehension materials to address a variety of skills (visualizing, author's craft, story elements, cause/effect, character analysis, questioning and finding text evidence to support opinions, and summarizing), and writing materials.

This FREE worksheet is perfect for getting to know your math students on the first day or the first week of school.It keeps students busy while youre handing out materials like textbooks, plus it helps you to get to know your students a little better.Most students have strong opinions about math whether its positive or negative, so its always helpful to know this at the beginning of the school year.This worksheet is also helpful with Parent Teacher conferences.

Kacey Musgraves is musical inspiration to me. If I could write songs they would come out somehow sounding just like hers. Lyrics, music, and all. She comes from a small town in Texas and made it all on her own. She states what she believes and doesn't have a problem with what other people say about her opinion, and for that I think that she is a strong independent person.

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Building a Strong Opinion: An Opinion Planning Tool for Persuasive Writing

Homework. It's a fact of life, and you probably have strong opinions about it. This infographic lays out some research-backed pros and cons that help shed light on this highly debated subject. Edutopia's own Youki Terada goes into more detail.

Teaching Channel Video - Arguing the Pros and Cons of Teen Driving Grades 6-8, ELA, Evidence CCSS: ELA.RI.8.1 ELA.SL.8.1a ELA.SL.8.1d

In this design the principle of balance & rhythm is evident. This principle is most obviously displayed through the shapes used in the design. The large circular head piece the model wears balances out the wide three tier circular lower portion of the dress. The use of the same shape on top and bottom creates both balance and harmony in this piece. The use of color in this design is not very strong. It consists of mostly black, white, and grayish tones. There is a gold colored piece around…