Nichole Boyd
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Just grab some paper to fold these quick mini books with your students. They come in really handy for note taking on any topic that can be divided into parts.

Just grab some paper to fold these quick mini books with your students. They come in really handy for note taking on any topic that can be divided into parts.

We’ve had some icons taped to the bottom of Ace’s bunk bed for awhile but every so often the tape comes undone and we have to re-stick them. He likes having them there because he says t…

We’ve had some icons taped to the bottom of Ace’s bunk bed for awhile but every so often the tape comes undone and we have to re-stick them. He likes having them there because he says t…

THIS. SALAD. You guys I'm in love. Salads and I have a thing going on and this is my latest obsession. I got inspired to make a vegan ve...

THIS. SALAD. You guys I'm in love. Salads and I have a thing going on and this is my latest obsession. I got inspired to make a vegan ve...

Each year, we begin decorating our home on November 15, as we begin the 40 day fast for Christmas. It's beneficial for all to begin se...

Each year, we begin decorating our home on November 15, as we begin the 40 day fast for Christmas. It's beneficial for all to begin se...

"The Saints of North America activity book is the first in a series of online resources from the Department of Christian Education of the Orthodox Church in America. It offers biographical information about twelve saints whose lives and witness built up the Church in America.    In addition there are striking black and white drawings of each saint, based on their icons, and an array of puzzle activities which will give students a challenging and enjoyable way to learn more about each one."

"The Saints of North America activity book is the first in a series of online resources from the Department of Christian Education of the Orthodox Church in America. It offers biographical information about twelve saints whose lives and witness built up the Church in America. In addition there are striking black and white drawings of each saint, based on their icons, and an array of puzzle activities which will give students a challenging and enjoyable way to learn more about each one."