“EARL OLIVER HURST. American. Born on the turn of the century he is eminently modern and vital today. Pristine.”More
"It’s actually 90 percent drinking game with a loose, Candyland-like structure"More
Who's that girl?
Want: Start with your open hands, palms up in front of you. Pull them toward you while forming your hands into upward turned clawsMore
Phraseology > American Sign Language
History Detective Report - I LOVE that this asks kids to come up with the questions and find the answers on their own. Great homework assignment before starting a new SS unit!More
Classroom: Social Studies
This site has tons of worksheets and activities - he has all of his lesson plans and worksheets available to be downloaded!More
Have you ever had a moment when every single students’ eyes were completely glazed over, and you were pretty sure no one actually heard what you were saying? That was me on Thursday. I was seven daysMore
Learning About the Different Regions of Native American Cultures (free; from Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together)More
American Black Bear, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada; photo by Brandon SmithMore
Hi my name is Rose and in human years I'm 18. I'm a little shy at first but if you mess up with my friends... You better watch out. I'm kinda lonely, never really had a group I could call mine. Intro?More
Destiny: a Luke Hemmings fanfic
William Tell Overture with rhythm sticks (form). I wish you could hear the rhythm sticks, but it is a good way to teach about form, since they do different things for the different parts of the form and you can see when parts come back.More
I love teaching music!