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Anatomy of an Apple!

What a fun week the kindergarteners in Mrs. Nelsons class had exploring, experimenting, and learning all about apples. Our thematic unit was integrated into all subject areas and the students had a blast! 166 more words

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So, Who DO You Listen To?

The “challenging waters” of career transition, specifically a lengthy period of un-employment during a typical job search campaign, can be quite stressful. And part of that stress is the constant fear that you may have positioned yourself for something that’s just not available in the marketplace. 836 more words


The Language of Nepal (Assessment)

Indeed, language is the key to opening all other barriers in one’s trip.

“He who knows no foreign languages knows nothing of his own.”

— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe…

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Catching Challenge

K, 1st, & 2nd graders working on their catching skills using our Catching Challenges visual. Perfect each challenge before advancing, each advancing level gets more challenging based on the size, density, & texture of the next level ball.

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Going Dutch

Source: https://www.viator.com/tours/Amsterdam/Luxury-Small-Open-Boat-Canal-Tour/d525-75227P1

Although the Dutch are among the most liberal people in the world, they are also known to be so straight forward some foreigners mistake their blatant honesty with rudeness. 244 more words

Bridge over troubled water

Whenever Brooklyn comes to mind, we instantly think of the admirable images of the Brooklyn Bridge. Williamsburg is the “hippie town” of Brooklyn where tourists visit for great street art culture, vintage vibes and vibrant nightlife. 277 more words