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from One Kings Lane

Red Horse Trails in Santa Barbara

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Dot Day Display from Tiger Apple Twist Elementary Art Blog

from Create Dream Explore

Use Sequencing to Improve Writing and Comprehension! (FREEBIE INSIDE)

Use Sequencing to Improve Writing and reading comprehension! (FREEBIE INSIDE)

Letter of the week, create an art work that starts with the letter of the week preschool letter G

from Kristen's Kindergarten

Activities for MWS

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from In My World

Preschool Letter I

Preschool Letter I craft I is for ice cream and i is for insect. Of course, we know that insects have 6 legs, but let's not spoil the fun :)

from The World Is A Book

The Wonders of Lower Antelope Canyon Arizona

Guide and tips to visiting the Lower Antelope Canyon in Arizona. Located in the Native American Indians land of the Navajo Nation, its Navajo name is Hasdestwazi, or “spiral rock arches” and you’ll see just how magical it is on this photographic journey with us.

Freebie Kindergarten ABC match - Letter naming is definitely at the top of my Kindergarten list of things I want my students to retain. I created this fun game of upper and lowercase letters (notice they also have a beginning sound picture to increase that sound fluency, as well).

from Rodale Wellness

17 Herbs and Spices That Fight Diabetes

Basil lowers blood sugar | 17 Herbs and Spices That Fight Diabetes

from My Modern Met

Inspiring Teen Continues to Pursue Her Love of Dance After Leg Amputation

15-year-old Gabi Shull had cancer. She had the opportunity to receive a revolutionary form of surgery called rotationplasty. In a Youtube video, Shull explains that after the affected knee was removed, “they took my lower leg and foot, twisted it 180 degrees backwards, and attached it to my thigh.” That's right when not in the prosthesis, her foot is actually pointing backwards. This is necessary so she can still use the nerves and muscles in her foot to point.