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This is a list of ways to engage student who are off-task or not paying attention. I like that it focuses on positive ways to get students to participate rather than giving the student negative feedback. The list includes quick ways to change up instruction to grab students' attention. -Tracy Healey

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Truth or Dare Music Jenga

Truth or Dare Music Jenga: Organized Chaos. Fun center activity for elementary music (or for older kids too!). Easy to put together with just a few supplies. Use the pre-made cards or make your own to fit any skill or concept students are working on in class. Lots of applications!

from Great Peace Academy

Embracing Gifted Intensity

Homeschooling Gifted Children, Emotional Intensity and strategies for teaching self-control. via Great Peace Academy

The Felicity Bee's December Scripture Writing plan FOR KIDS is here. We are studying the Names of Jesus. Each of Jesus' names reveals a different character and aspect to who He is. Join us this Holiday as we study the True Gift and reason for season.

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Tips for Calming the Angry Child PLUS 8 Calming Tools to do ANYWHERE

Tips for Calming the Angry Child: Why it's ok to be upset, and how we can help our kids learn to calm themselves anywhere!