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Good idea for a poster.
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before you speak...good idea to teach kids one day! Good idea for us as adults too.
So true! Great for kids room
before you speak... quote for kids room
Good idea for kids rooms
Great for kids room or family room.
before you speak...think classroom wood sign. $20.95, via Etsy.(some adults need to remember this too)
All of our original documents are written in cursive! Even if your child is not required to learn it in school- teach cursive. How else will younger generations know whether our original documents are being "modified?" There's a reason your children are not being taught cursive. Think about it.
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The Case for Cursive infographic.
COMMON CORE DOESN'T REQUIRE KIDS TO BE TAUGHT CURSIVE. The Case for Cursive by Montessorium. I'm glad I homeschool because I choose to keep cursive. Do you still do cursive? Did you know all these facts? I knew some of them, but not all the reasons why to keep children learning how to write in cursive.
The Case for Cursive — Montessorium. #teachers #future #school #classroom #ideas #education #majors #cursive
This infographic makes a strong "case for cursive," stating the academic benefits of teaching cursive in schools.
The Case for Cursive: A Cursive Writing Facts Infographic
A writers best friend.
Emotional Charts, Teaching, Stuff, Schools, Words Wheels, Creative Writing, Words Charts, Writers, Feelings Charts
Feelings chart for writers.
Emotions chart for writers<< love! I should make a large poster out of this.... Not like I write all that often but would be good for school
Emotion word chart - maybe use a version to teach feeling words
Creative Writing Feeling Chart
A writers best friend. word wheel
The ultimate list of educational websites.
Ultimate Spider-Man, Colleges Life, Internet Site, Teaching Resources, Schools, Ultimate Lists, Web Site, Educational Websites, Education Website
WEB SITES - The Ultimate List of Educational Web Sites.
The ultimate list of educational websites. Good to know for school
The ultimate list of educational websites. #edchat #teaching #resources
Ultimate list of educational websites. Study help | Essay writing | College Life | Snow College #snowreslife
Take a Sec To Check This Amazing List
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Useful Websites List—This is pretty long list but you will find useful websites. | Post: "Take a Sec To Check This Amazing List," on Mar. 27, 2014 from The Meta Picture here: http://themetapicture.com/take-a-sec-to-check-this-amazing-list/
Long List of Interesting and Cool Websites
Random life hacks: This is a pretty long list but you will find useful websites
Take a Sec To Check This Amazing List.. This is a great (long) list of helpful websites.
Plug in a favorite quote and choose a background. Creates poster to print, email, etc.This is awesome. Sample Quote: Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainty Erich Fromm
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Create a "Quote" poster to print, email, etc.
DIY posters! Plug in a quote and choose a background. Creates poster to print, email, etc. This is awesome. Wonder if it's 8 x 10 maximum?
Plug in a quote and choose a chic background. This site creates posters to print, email, etc.
Quick Leadership Lesson from the folks in Campus Activities. Dining Etiquette in a quick infographic. Learn this - and you wont embarrass yourself if you ever get to attend a formal dinner.
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Dining Etiquette 101 for Dinner Parties Cheat Sheet! #hgeats
Dining Etiquette 101 : Place settings, which fork to use first, and everything else you ever wanted to know about how to dine like a true hostess with the mostess #partyideas #partyfood @iheartbbq
Do you get confused by which fork to use at a formal table setting or which foods are OK to eat with your fingers at a fancy restaurant? Use this helpful guide to brush up on your dining etiquette. tips-tricks-essentials-for-the-home
Dining Etiquette 101 by sun-sentinel via visually.net: Basic rules of etiquette at a formal table setting. Read more about eating soup, holding utensils, proposing a toast, cutting meats and finger foods.
This is such a pet peeve of mine.. bad table manners. Here's great cheat sheet on Dining Etiquette 101. Always a good reminder.
Yoga Exercises for Neck Pain: Here are some yoga poses that will relieve you from your neck pain.
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yoga poses for neck pain
Disney Myer Briggs personalities
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Disney Character/ Meyer Briggs Personality Types
Disney Character's Myer Briggs Personality Type - Snow White :)
INTJ - Disney Character's Myer Briggs Personality Type // Such a good personality test! I'm an INFJ like Mulan and my day is MADE.
Jimini Cricket had always been one I my favorite characters.: Myers Briggs Personality Types of Disney Characters
Words Plays, Interesting Words, Awesome, Startled, Mindfulness Blown, Funny Stuff, Fun Facts, English Languages, Random Facts
random fact awesome!!!
The most interesting word in the English language... MIND BLOWN
fun fact: the only 9 letter word in the english language where you can remove one letter at a time and still create a word
Pretty cool word play
The most interesting word in the English language... It's almost... Startling
The most interesting word in the English language... Awesome!!
Learn to decode a dress code. | 18 Helpful Diagrams To Solve All Your Clothing Woes
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De-coding: Dress Codes 101 -- Casual, business casual, smart casual, business/informal, semi-formal, formal/black-tie
Smart Casual for our Wedding | Dress Codes & What They Mean [Infographic] - His & Her Guide To Appropriate Attire For Each Dress Code - Search Engine Optimization, Internet Marketing & Website Design Blog From Mannix Marketing
A quick, easy guide to dress codes and what is appropriate attire for Business Casual, Smart Casual, Informal, etc - for him and her!
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10 Myths about introverts; completely accurate. Finally someone can understand my life.
10 Myths about introverts. So true! These are so me!
10 Myths about Introverts. Almost completely accurate, except that I personally prefer politeness (NOT small talk, there's a difference) and can tolerate being around 2-3 people as opposed to only one at a time.
This is so true! So much judging I get from being an introvert but they misunderstand everything!
This is totally me .......Probably one of the most accurate things I've read about myself. 10 Myths about introverts
Myths about introverts - random, not really for quote board but oh well.
How to search better…
Stuff, Google Search, Cheat Sheet, Lifehacks, Googlesearch, Things, Life Hacks, How To, Howto
Google Search tips. #Tips #Google #Howto #Search
Lifehacker on 'how to Google it' improving search results
How To Google It - I didn't know this stuff
Power-searching on Google | #googlesearch #google #search #internet #searchengine #tech
Learn how to get better google search results Find Funny things to Pin here: http://bit.ly/Mja701
Google Search Cheat Sheet.
Barbie's proportions brought to life: 5'9" 110lbs 39" bust, 18" waist, 33"hips. So, don't dream to be Barbie because in reality, she looks like a freak
A Real Woman, Life Size, Eating Disorder, Proportions Brought, 110Lbs, Real Barbie, Real Life, Body Image, Real Women
"Some people have skeletons in their closet. I have an enormous Barbie in mine. She stands about six feet tall with a 39” bust, 18” waist, and 33” hips. These are the supposed measurements of Barbie if she were a real person. I built her as a part of the first National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (NEDAW) at my high school, later introducing her to Hamilton College during its first NEDAW in 2011. When I was a little girl, I played with my Barbie in her playhouse, sending her and Ken on dates that always ended with a goodnight kiss. I had fond times with my Barbie, and I admired her perfect blonde locks and slim figure. Barbie represented beauty, perfection and the ideal for young girls around the world. At least, as a seven-year-old, that is what she was to me. In January 2007, I was looking for a way to make my peers realize the importance of eating disorders and body image issues. I was frustrated after quitting the cheerleading squad, frustrated with pressures to look and act a certain way and most of all frustrated with the eating disorder controlling my life. I wanted to do something that would turn others’ apathy into action. That evening, my neighbor and I found two long pieces of wood and started measuring. With a little math, nails and hammering, we built a stick figure that stood about six feet tall. The chicken wire came next. Surrounding her wooden frame, we created a body that wasn’t much thicker than a stick figure, but had the womanly and unattainable curves and proportions that impressionable young girls idealize. We stuffed the chicken wire with newspaper and created a body that creepily leaned against the wall in my neighbor’s basement. She now needed some skin, so I brought her back to my apartment and employed the masterful art of papier maché. Taking stacks of newspaper, glue and water, I skipped my high school semi-formal dance to give my girl some skin. Oddly, I started to feel my fondness for Barbie return, now not as a plaything but as a tool to reveal the negative body image that she promotes. As I papier machéd, I couldn’t forget Barbie’s impressive bust and blew up balloons over and over again to achieve a perfect 39” measurement. Once her chest was secured, I spent hours dipping and smoothing the paper, and later mixed paints to replicate her seemingly perfect white skin tone. With a little hard work and a lot of time, a headless, footless and handless body soon stood in my apartment. But it was then I became stumped. I couldn’t figure out how to recreate the recognizable face of the Barbie we all know and love. With NEDAW just around the corner, I was panicked. On my way to get office supplies, I drove by a Toys ‘R’ Us, and that’s when it hit me. Remember that Barbie with just shoulders and a head, meant for you to practice brushing her hair? I confidently walked into the toy store for the first time since I was a kid. I found the Barbie head, found a friend to assemble that head, and clothed Barbie for her first debut. I dressed Barbie in my old clothes. The skirt she still has on today is a reminder of who I once was. That skirt, a size double zero, used to slip off my waist when I was struggling with anorexia. I put it on Barbie to serve as a reminder that the way Barbie looks, the way I once looked, is not healthy and is not “normal,” whatever normal might mean. My Barbie’s role is simple. She grabs the attention of apathetic onlookers and makes them think and talk about an issue that thrives in silence. In the last four years, Barbie has surpassed my expectations, attracting attention and sparking conversation among listeners and readers across the nation. Once a year, at the end of February, Barbie comes out of the closet to meet my friends, strangers, and those apathetic onlookers. During NEDAW, she reminds people that eating disorders and body image issues are serious and prevalent. Holding an awareness week in high school or college is just one way to get students to discuss these important issues. However, constant discussion and education is key to dealing with and overcoming eating disorders. Despite her bizarre appearance, Barbie provides something that many advocacy efforts lack. She reminds of something we once loved, while showing us the absurdity of our obsession with perfection. More “Get Real, Barbie” statistics:* • There are two Barbie dolls sold every second in the world. • The target market for Barbie doll sales is young girls ages 3-12 years of age. • A girl usually has her first Barbie by age 3, and collects a total of seven dolls during her childhood. • Over a billion dollars worth of Barbie dolls and accessories were sold in 1993, making this doll big business and one of the top 10 toys sold. • If Barbie were an actual women, she would be 5’9” tall, have a 39” bust, an 18” waist, 33” hips and a size 3 shoe. • Barbie calls this a “full figure” and likes her weight at 110 lbs. • At 5’9” tall and weighing 110 lbs, Barbie would have a BMI of 16.24 and fit the weight criteria for anorexia. She likely would not menstruate. • If Barbie was a real woman, she’d have to walk on all fours due to her proportions. • Slumber Party Barbie was introduced in 1965 and came with a bathroom scale permanently set at 110 lbs with a book entitled “How to Lose Weight” with directions inside stating simply “Don’t eat.” "
#Barbie's proportions brought to life: 5'9" 110lbs 39" bust, 18" waist, 33"hips.--I've never understood this. Wouldn't Barbie just look like Barbie is she was real life sized?
"Barbie's proportions brought to life: 5'9" 110lbs 39" bust, 18" waist, 33"hips. So, don't dream to be Barbie because in reality, she looks like a freak". Real Barbie is scary! The real women next to her is beautiful.
How to feed a family of 6 on $200 a month, with example menus, shopping lists and amount spent on each item.- I thought I was doing good with $400 a month!
Families Of 6, Grocery Budget, Shops Lists, Homemade Yogurt, How To Grocery Shop, Examples Menus, Amount Spent, Shopping Lists, Dogs Food
How to grocery shop!
How to feed a family of 6 on $200 a month, with example menus, shopping lists and amount spent on each item. Good blog for recipes too. groceries. budgeting
How to feed a family of 6 on $200 a month, with example menus, shopping lists and amount spent on each item. Also, really intrigued by the idea of homemade yogurt ...
FAIL. "How to feed a family of 6 on $200 a month, with example menus, shopping lists and amount spent on each item." The problem I (Lisa) find with this is so much preprepared (read: unhealthy) foods, fats and sugars. Preservatives. GMO hormone laced "food". Yeah, you could eat more cheaply, but is your health worth it? You could eat more cheaply on boxed mac and cheese... see my point? No, it's not dog food. I wouldn't feed that crap to my dog!