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    How to tie shoes... Magic fingers method. Will definitely have to try this one.

    This website is FULL of experiments to do with kids

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    One pinner said "I think we should make these into magnets!" I think that's a great idea. ---> this makes me feel like she'll be right on track for success. I am so blessed to be a mom, even more blessed to be the mother of my sweet Rylee!!

    WOW! Common Core ELA Standards by grade level with corresponding lessons and activities. This is an incredible resource!!

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    I need to look into this. a MUST have for classroom library. It allows you yo use your smart phone and scan the bar code on your classroom books and then it inputs all of the info for you on a FREE data base. It allows you to let kids scan out the books and check out and check in them, separate them by reading levels and even put down their location in your class room. Did I mention it's FREE!?!?

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