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Free lesson plans, worksheets, activities, games and resources to teach kids about alcohol's affect on the developing brain. If you're a teacher, counselor or school admin, these free resources (including free printables) align to standards and are a fun addition to your science and health themes in the classroom. Specifically geared towards 5th and 6th graders, this unit also includes videos and tips for parents to help elementary school and middle school students say no to underage…

Super cute poster for whole body listening. I used to ask the kids to give me five. I'm not sure who originally came up with that phrase, but it really embodies how I want the kids to listen with their whole bodies!

Q is for 10 Great Questions to Ask Your Kids

Sometimes it's good to listen. Really listen. To your kids. Take a moment to talk with your kids this week. Ask a few questions. Listen. Learn. Love. You may be surprised at what you find out!

How do I be grateful with what I have and trust that God will meet my needs? How can I be sure that He will provide?

French Past Tense: Everything You Need to Know

Learn how to use an important tense with this lesson on French Past Tense. Ideal for beginner & intermediate level.

We'd like to share this critical thinking skills cheatsheet for you to use with your students. Get them asking questions on any topic!

Infographic: 29 Ways to be a better activist

We asked and ONE members delivered! Here are 29 ways to be a better activist. See how many total responses came in >> http://www.one.org/us/2013/10/17/infographic-29-ways-to-be-a-better-activist/ #one #activist