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ΔΙΟΡΑΤΙΚΌΝ / Insightful: Ετοιμάζουν τον νέο σύνθετο άνθρωπο - Ολο το παρασκήνιο της μυστικής συνάντησης γενετιστών στο Harvard / They prepare the new composite man - The entire background of the secret meeting of geneticists at Harvard


Calender and Morning Board {Routine!}

Song, "Today is..." would be cute to do with students every morning before starting class to help them learn days of the week

from LDS Living

5 Fabulous Activities + Ways to Keep Kids Quiet During Sacrament Meeting

5 Fabulous Quiet Activities for Sacrament Meeting: #LDS Popsicle Puzzles #mormon

from Left Brain, Right Brain

A Lil’ Elf Reminder

We could use this as a reminder at start of every meeting A Lil' Elf Reminder- Girl Scout Law & Promise

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Question of the Day for Beginning Readers (Pocket Chart Cards)

Help your beginning readers feel successful by using the unique questions of the day - they feature common sight words, making them easy to read!

from Cub Scout Ideas

Cub Scout Activity: Alka-Seltzer Rockets

Fun and inexpensive! Boys & rockets--what a combo. Use for Webelos & Arrow of Light elective adventure, Adventures in Science. Great for all Cub Scouts!

from Bloglovin’

Meet The Hairstyle You'll Want To Have All Weekend (Le Fashion)

Meet The Hairstyle You'll Want To Have All Weekend

from Cub Scout Ideas

Tape Ball Game: FUN Cub Scout Activity

So cool! Cub Scout Pack Meeting Activity Idea: Tape Ball

from The Literary Maven

Integrating Technology into the ELA Classroom: Tools to Support Reading and Writing

Whether you have a 1:1 classroom or can only get your hands on a few devices, technology can be used to meet individual students' needs or to foster collaboration between students. Middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed tools for reading actively online, language development, and focusing on the writing process rather than the product. Teachers also shared the challenges of using technology and experiences with blended learning.

from Fun in First

Deep Thinking for Little Minds

I know I have been guilty in the past of not asking my students enough higher order thinking questions.  If I don’t make a conscious effort to ask open ended questions, I find myself asking a lot of yes or no questions, or questions that have only one right answer. I really wanted to focus...Read More »