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Left Brain / Right Brain How we write: The parts of the brain that are responsible for processing speech and language are highly specialized and located on the outside of the left side of the brain. The parts of the brain that keep the heart beating are located deep inside the brain, where they are much better protected from the external world.

The steps in these math story problems were created for the purpose of making sense of a problem, instead of using tricks and key words to solve a problem. Students must understand what the problem is asking them to do before solving it.

Tell time: a collection of activities for kids

Put small glow stick in plastic eggs. Then hide them in the house and turn off the lights for the hunt!

grown up and gorgeous love the fannings

rainbow loom

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Bunk bed hammock, oh that is just awesome!

Tips for encouraging strong sibling relationships.

awesome pose

porch swing/bed

Maybe my favorite thing I've found on Pinterest.

I love this idea

Classroom Details! {the nitty gritty} classroom organization

Mothering with Creativity: Awesome way for the kiddos to practicing adding! The kiddos will beg to go to this station

Such a great idea for anyone leaving home, traveling or going off to college!!

Playhouse Loft Bed with Stairs | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White

This is a Smartboard interactive notebook file. There are 6 pages. Pg 1 and 2 Hands on the Clock Demo Pg 3 What time is it? (a. students will r...

Learn About Plants - Photosynthesis

Lollipop Bouquet -- for the kids table instead of flowers!!!

You're Turning Your Kids Into Dorks... Someone give this parent a prize!

Pinned with Pinterest App for iPad! Get it at the App Store!

Busy Kids = Happy Mom: The Best of Make-Your-Own Recipes

Cool to do for our kids. 1st side in kindergarten and 2nd side when they graduate highschool.