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This MLK Day Activity will be happening in my room this year...take one brown egg & one white egg...compare and contrast and the only contrast is the color...then crack them and they will see that they are the same on the inside. This takes a hard subject and makes it concrete!

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teachingtoday: This is such a simple idea I found online, but it is helping me SO MUCH with keeping organized this school year!

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Parenting is about flexibility. If something doesn’t work, change it. If your child doesn’t respond to some method you use, then, instead of complaining about your child, choose something else that might be more effective. Don’t blame your kids for things that do not depend on them. Be flexible, understanding, respectful, and kind, and watch your children become all those things as well. by onthefenceadvocacy #Quotation #Walter_Barbee #Parenting

Our Friend, Martin---great video to teach kids about MLK! Also includes real photographs. Couldn't find it forever and it's SO good!

Mystery eggs. Inferring for Easter. Students put an item in their egg and write 3 clues to lead others to infer what's inside. Once all students have a chance to record their guesses we will crack them open before Easter break.