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As most of you know, we are working really hard on getting rid of all of my student loan debt. We’re on track to have them gone by the end of this month, which just feels so awesome! I had around $35,000 to $40,000 of student loan debt accumulated by time I graduated, but I also have 2 undergraduate degrees and a Finance MBA. I know of some people who have $100,000 for one degree, and I can only imagine the burden of that. Please check out the infographic below!
Making Inferences Using Pictures~ Students who struggle with text have difficulty getting a complete “picture” of what’s going on. One way to simplify instruction is to teach inferences using only picture clues. Pictures can be decoded more quickly and are accessible to all readers. Includes 14 worksheets and 2 assessments. Great introduction and practice making inferences! $
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Help your students become familiar with nonfiction as they use these cards. Can be used with any nonfiction text! Great conversation piece for parent/teacher conferences! priced item
When you observe your children, your students: caught in the act -- the act of KINDNESS, add a ribbon! They get to choose the color, the very ribbon to be added. Let the 'kind-child' choose the spot on the wreath for their ribbon to be tied. If able they can tie it themselves.
Learn EVERYTHING you need to know about repaying STUDENT LOANS!! Read our 8 part series!!--http://www.debtfreespending.com/repaying-student-loans-where-to-start/
How one woman paid off $170,000 in student loans -- such an inspiring post! A must-read if you need some motivation for getting out of debt!