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==and called corruption when it's covered up and not reported.

from Making Sense Of Cents

My August 2016 Blog Income Report – $90,188.40

In August of 2016, I earned $90,188.40 blogging. Yes, just one month! I share everything in my income reports so if you want to learn how to make money blogging, you need to check this out.

from Classroom Freebies

Substitute Report Notes

Substitute Report Notes Make it easy for your substitute to report on the day's activities with these sub report notes. They're easy to use and include entries for the essential information that you need know about what happened while you were out of the classroom. Your sub can report on absent students; help and misbehaved students; classroom behavior; what was accomplished; what was not covered; and any questions/concerns/comments. 3-5 6-8 absence Aspire to Inspire documentation PK-2…


10 Places You Didn't Think to Look: Reports of Deaths of American Citizens Abroad, 1835-1974


How To Hide Your House From Google Maps - If you are concerned about privacy I recommend you take this action and once reported to Google they will blur out your house like the house pictured.

from Author Terri Borman

Infant Feeding Guidelines

Customized reports available at $15 for the PDF version (which allows you unlimited printing etc) For this exact report the cost is $12 PDF version (also allows unlimited printing) *50% of all proceeds are donated to local children's charities**

from Mrs. Beattie's Classroom

A Tasty Reading Project

Are you looking for creative book report ideas for your middle school or elementary classroom? Take a look at this post containing a great idea for a reading project for language arts! Students and teachers alike will love this Book Buffet - you NEED to click through and see the desserts! ;)

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Critical Thinking Literary Response Booklet

Incorporate Depth and Complexity into your next novel study! Take your students’ learning to new “depths” with this Critical Thinking Literary Response Booklet. This open-ended resource can be used with any piece of literature in a variety of grades (4-8+). This kit comes with everything you need to provide your students with a thought-provoking and engaging alternative to traditional book reports.