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Here’s a lightning safety infographic explaining the ’30/30′ rule – if the time between the flash of lightning and the sound of thunder is thirty seconds or less take shelter until 30 minutes until the last thunder is heard. Many wait too long to take shelter and leave shelter too soon, risk is greatly decreased by following the 30/30 rule.

75+ minutes of audio-only thunder and rain. Almost guaranteed a more relaxed sleep, or listen if need to really concentrate on anything. Enjoy!


Thanksgiving Games and Centers for Kindergarten

Fall is a great time of year in the primary classroom! Click through to see the great math and literacy centers you can use with your preschool, Kindergarten, or 1st grade students! This post has a particular emphasis on Thanksgiving games and centers for Kindergarten. Click through to see the FREE downloads, and also check out the many skills covered - beginning sounds, making 10, one less, shapes, counting, 1:1 correspondence, ending sounds, CVC words, and more! Great for October or…