Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

How the 50 US States Got Their Names


Personal Creations #Gifts #Personalizedgifts Personalized Apple Design Teacher Address Labels by Personal Creations. $14.99. A Personal Creations Exclusive! Our Cheerful Design Welcomes Your Favorite Educator Back To School. Address Labels Are Personalized With Any Title, Up To 18 Characters, And Any 4 Line Message, Up To 24 Characters Per Line. Includes 5 Sheets Of 30 Self Adhesive Labels - 150 Total. - Great Personalized Gifts via-

The Power of One: How You Can Help or Harm African American Students by Gail Thompson. Save 10 Off!. $28.65. Publication: December 7, 2009. Publisher: Corwin (December 7, 2009). Combining first-person narratives, personal growth exercises, and informational text, this staff development resource helps educators address the mind-sets that can impede their progress with African American students. Show more ...


The Next Generation Science Standards will be addressed by Stephen L. Pruitt at our 2013 Portland Area Conference, October 24–26


Federal White Collar Crime, Cases and Materials, 5th (American Casebooks) by Julie R. O'Sullivan. $190.08. Edition - 5. 992 pages. Publication: June 5, 2012. Publisher: West; 5 edition (June 5, 2012) ,False Collar for Women

DYMO Address Labels for LabelWriters, White, 1-1/8" X 3-1/2", 350 Labels/Roll, 2 Rolls/Box, 700 Labels (30252)


We are NUTS about NOTE PADS! We're crazy about these fun, colorful designs and hope you will love them too! Each “pack-of-pads” includes 2 (25 sheet) note pads, made to match your life planner, year-round notebook or address book, and are of course, PERSONALIZED. Tuck one into your keep-it-together folder for safekeeping, and keep the other at home or at the office so you always have a stylish way to leave messages or take quick notes!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Two Bad Ants

This unit includes before/during/after activities for guided reading groups. Skills addressed in this unit include prereading schema building, vocabulary, story elements, making connections, character traits, sequencing, questioning, making connections, summarizing, making inferences, and responding to reading.


If you write a letter to your child's favorite Disney character they will write back