Bekah Wolf

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Ideas and resources for middle and high school English teachers!

This battle of wills is perhaps the most epic, universal, and notorious problem that English teachers face, even more than grading stru.

Rosaria Butterfield responds to Jen Hatmaker's comments that same-sex relationships are holy.

Rosaria Butterfield responds to Jen Hatmaker's comments that same-sex relationships are holy.

This week's letter was the letter J! All of the crafts, activities, and foods we made were all centered around letter recognition for the letter J. We jumped and juggled, we did paper crafts with jack o' lanterns and jellyfish, and we did...

This week's letter was the letter J! All of the crafts, activities, and foods we made were all centered around letter recognition for the letter J. We jumped and juggled, we did paper crafts with jack o' lanterns and jellyfish, and we did.

“There are no strangers here; only friends you have not met.” ~ William Butler Yeats Opening up our lives to others can seem scary, but it doesn’t have to be. It can be as simple as painting an ordinary picnic table turquoise and placing it in your front yard. It sounds so simple, it’s …

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Turquoise Table: Finding Community and Connection in Your Own Front Yard by Kristin Schell at Barnes & Noble.

As our “Manners on the Move TODAY” series continues, “Mr. Manners” Thomas Farley heads to Austin, Texas, where one woman started a movement to bring neighbors together – and it all started when she painted a picnic table turquoise and moved it from her backyard to the front. Farley’s tips: Be an ambassador, be visible, and gather.

As our “Manners on the Move TODAY” series continues, “Mr. Manners” Thomas Farley heads to Austin, Texas, where one woman started a movement to bring neighbor.