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Empowered By THEM. Fabulous blogspot! Love the visual printables that you can purchase. I think that they would be great for all kids!

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from MRS. LONDON

Teacher Resources

I.C.E. — Introduce, Cite, Explain. An acronym for teaching your students how to properly incorporate citations into their writing. Perfect for English teachers at the middle school or high school level. Print out the poster and hang it up in your room!

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I loved the art sandwich from Coonley art studio and from her inspiration Ms. Kitty at Ravenswood. I wanted to create one for my classroom.

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from Living Well Spending Less®

DIY PB&J Uncrustables

DIY PB&J Uncrustables. I love this concept of an easy, nutritious sandwich on-the-go. I would substitute soft whole wheat bread and high quality PB & J for a healthier option. Via Living Well Spending Less™

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I remember doing this in 7th grade! So much fun. A great way to teach process and steps. Make connections! Have kids write how to make a PBJ sandwich, then demonstrate exactly how they wrote the directions.

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After teaching & practicing writing with students, I have them write a paragraph on their own. On the day I return the graded paragraph, they all get to make a sub with only the parts of the paragraph they have in their graded work....no conclusion, no bottom bun :-) only one supporting sentence, only one condiment. It is a ton of fun to watch the kids make and eat their subs.

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PREVIEW:A 100+ collection of recipes prepared by Long Island Family and Consumer Sciences Professionals. All recipes have been tested out by FACS teachers and approved by students for culinary labs. Recipes range from single to multiple days and are meant to be used for middle and high school students- Breakfast- Appetizers/ Snacks- Soups/ Salads/ Sandwiches- Meat/ Poultry- Pasta- Quick Breads- Yeast Breads- Desserts- Cookies

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