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Marble Races with a cheap pool noodle (keep kids occupied for hours.)

Cut open glow sticks & pour them into bubble solution. Glow in the dark bubbles. I like the idea for summer nights & camping :)

Box of Sunshine: Such a cute idea to lift someone's spirits

120 Writing Prompts---for kids who can't think of journal ideas..grab one... i wish my teachers had had something like this....

I love this Building Super Writers checklist! Students can make sure they are writing at their very best and that they followed each step. It's important that students include these elements in their writing at all times. 1495

My Adventures Teaching : Quotations, Paraphrasing, Summarizing, and MLA source formatting

5th Grade Interactive Social Studies Notebook WOW, WOW, WOW. This is one of the most fantastic interactive notebooks (journal) I've ever seen!!! I wish this had been around a few years earlier. I wonder if we could do something like this for our study of Christianity.

Several Anchor Charts for Writing that are perfect for the 4th grade classroom.

There was a comment to this pin when I repinned it, and it went like this: "That sound combustible. You might want to be careful having something like this lay around." All right, so let's be smart and keep our combustible firestarters far from the actual fire, in a cool place. If the jar leaks in a cool place away from fire, it will evaporate without igniting.

100 Things To Do With Kids This Summer. I'm going to need to spend some time going through this.

Kayak Camping Gear Guide -- good info for Seniors earning their Adventurer badge. Could lead to an excellent Take Action project for the GIRLtopia program (work with local outfitter to organize a beginning kayaking course to get other girls involved in the outdoors, plus create a local resources list so that girls can easily find other classes, kayaking trips, etc in the area).

Flight attendant shows you how to pack 10 days worth of clothes into a carry-on... i will be happy i pinned this next time i pack

OK, so now I know how to keep that RV/Camper power cord off the wet ground. Just get a kids sand bucket, and cut some holes. Brilliant!