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Be proud of who you are and not ashamed of how someone else sees you.

I’m by no means impervious to feelings of self-doubt, but I'm a lot less scared of judgment since starting Tiny Buddha.

Some things are nearly impossible to overcome. Your life may go on, but you will never stop loving that person.

The moment that you left me, my heart was split in two; one side was filled with memories; the other side died with you . Remembering you is easy, I do it every day; but missing you is a heartache that never goes away. I miss you Dad

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When all is well, you're going to look back on this period of your life and be so glad you never gave up.

Contraction caterpillars- Adventures of 1st grade

Adventures of First Grade: Fractions and Contractions -- great way to break it down

These number bond and family fact activities were made specifically to go with the daily lessons in Week 13 of my Math Workshop Unit!However, even if you don't own the unit - you can print and use these in your classroom for extra practice.I made these to help first grade students understand the relationship between addition and subtraction through the use of number bonds and fact families!Enjoy!

These number bond and family fact activities were made specifically to go with the daily lessons in Week 13 of my Math Workshop Unit! However, even if you don't own the unit - you can print and use these in your

Making 10! great idea! First Grade Smiles Done as partners ~ Each student had ten cubes of one color and a blank copy of the chart. As a class, traded one color cube with our partner and colored in our chart to match. Fantastic to reach all learners: oral, visual, kinethetic, tactile.

Making great idea! First Grade Smiles Done as partners ~ Each student had ten cubes of one color and a blank copy of the chart. As a class, traded one color cube with our partner and colored in our chart to match. Fantastic to reach all learners: o

This is activity can be used when introducing number bonds. Students move in out of the hula-hoops and on the paths to create real life number bonds.

Hands-on learning is so much more fun than workbook practice. Especially when your workbooks haven't come in yet.on the week of sc.