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block "people" made using photographs of current children. So cool! I need to get on this!

Wooden blocks come alive with faces of Day Nursery children

Award Winning Children's Books for All Ages

Award-Winning Children's Books - Everyday Snapshots

Talks to watch with kids

Talks to watch with kids

Best read-aloud for 11 year olds EVER. This is my 29th year of teaching...14th year in 5th grade; trust me. KIDS LOVE THIS BOOK.

Lego Temple Creations, these are neat, instructions to build one with your family. (SO many awesome temples, and how neat that they do this as a family!)

Build In Holy Places: May 2013

Create a healthy snack drawer for the fridge. Toss in pre-packed snacks to go for the whole week - such a great idea!

Teaching Kids To Be Happy For Others by Hillary Leonard

Teaching Your Child How To Be Happy For Others by Hillary Leonard

30 Lunchbox Ideas

30 Back-to-School Lunchbox Ideas — Very Culinary

This would be good to display in the classroom to remind students how to problem solve using their critical thinking skills.

How to be a Scholar. 6 Steps to Encourage Critical Thinking

50+ of the BEST Kids Summer Fun Activities I Heart Nap Time | I Heart Nap Time - How to Crafts, Tutorials, DIY, Homemaker

148 Ideas for LDS Service Projects for youth

Does your twelve year old know these basic life skills? It's about time that he or she did (and frankly - all of us!) // Mom with a PREP

40 Children's Books that teach courage. Age ranges from infant to elementary! Perfect for character building lessons around Memorial Day and other holidays celebrating our country.

Children's Books that Teach Courage - Carrots Are Orange

100 non-electronic activities for kids!

animated version of how honey is made inside the bee

conversation starters game. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at for therapy resources.

FHE: The Sacrament (by John Bytheway)

Take the chore out of a long road trip with this countdown chain! Write an activity in each link and let your little riders open them at regular intervals to keep the boredom at bay. (via small + friendly)