Jacqueline Prives

Jacqueline Prives

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A great list for pregnant mamas! Breathing exercises, pain management, prenatal yoga, perineal "massage", I’ve rounded up what ended up being the 25 most useful resources in both of my birthing experiences to help me prepare for labor in view of natural childbirth. 25 Ways To Prepare For Labor (Physically and Mentally) - Part 1

A great list for pregnant mamas! Breathing exercises, pain management, prenatal yoga, perineal "massage", I’ve rounded up what ended up being the 25 most useful resources in both of my birthing experiences to help me prepare for labor in view of natural

With some simple upgrades, Overstock can help you boost your living room mantle and turn it into the focal point of the room, with guides for every season. Click to learn more.

With some simple upgrades, Overstock can help you boost your living room mantle and turn it into the focal point of the room, with guides for every season. Click to learn more.

Incorporating Newsela into Project Based Learning - great ideas for solving real-world problems in this guest post!

Check out this post on incorporating technology into project-based learning! PBL is a great way to teach the standards and use technology!

Writing in the middle or high school Social Studies Classroom can be a great challenge. Here are tips, ideas, and guides to make it easier and more memorable for students.

Writing in the middle or high school Social Studies Classroom can be a great challenge. Here are tips, ideas, and guides to make it easier and more memorable for students.

DIY Face Masks 4 Ways

DIY Face Masks 4 Ways

Civil War Simulation Lesson Plan- This simulation activity starts with the election of 1860. Students take the roles of individual states and vote for the candidate that most closely matches the majority of that states political beliefs. Students will face the same challenges and advantages both the North and South had during the Civil War.

Civil War Simulation Lesson Plan- This simulation activity starts with the election of 1860. Students take the roles of individual states and vote for the candidate that most closely matches the majority of that states political beliefs. Students will face the same challenges and advantages both the North and South had during the Civil War.