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Preparation is key..

Happy Easter Bloggers!

It’s been almost a week since my last blog encounter (or should I say rage) and I am pretty sure you all should be craving my next post by now (wishful thinking!) so here it goes….. 480 more words

Graduate

Spelling City

I was looking for a website that could help my daughter practice spelling. I stumbled across a site called Spelling city and we will now be adding this to our homeschool curriculum. 118 more words

Homeschool

Building Faith: Ain't Gonna Happen in a Day

Happy Easter ladies and gents!

Honestly, the majority of my life I simply appreciated Easter for the chocolate bunny. That bunny was the highlight of my morning and entire breakfast. 520 more words

Lessons

A small change that feels pretty big

When I first started performing, I vowed to never play any cover songs. Not only do I have more than an hour’s worth of my own material, but I also just have mixed feelings about playing other people’s music. 310 more words

Busking

Movement in Learning

(CNN) – As a graduate student, I had the opportunity to observe a number of idyllic, progressive classrooms where students danced to the pencil sharpener or sprawled across beanbag chairs while completing their work. 169 more words

In The Classroom.

Happy

I am happy.

It is not a simple happiness. I am also fearful. I doubt. I sometimes get excited. And sometimes I am sad. Often I am thoughtful. 295 more words