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The Art of linking literacy to weather (grade 2)

Having previously been a classroom teacher and having taught grades 2 to 6 for many years I have a particular love of linking literacy into art whenever possible. 332 more words


Leek in the Boat

Am I the only one who has ever been embarrassed because I did not realize that navy beans are a misnomer?  I scoured the canned bean aisle in Publix searching high and low.  356 more words


Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

This is a film review of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs released in 2009.

Directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.

The plot is about Flint Lockwood who wants to prove to the entire town that he can and will be a scientist. 405 more words

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My name is Mummy!

So recently, the kids learnt our real names. It’s our own fault, it started with us telling them their grandparents names. There’s not much funnier than hearing a three year old addressing their Grandad as Clive (GREAT name, Dad). 301 more words


STEM the Tide

Quick, close your eyes (no peeking at the interwebz) and name a famous female scientist. Can you name one at all? If you can, was it Marie Curie? 658 more words


Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009)


Local backyard scientist Flint Lockwood invents a machine that turns water into food. It shoots up into the sky and transforms clouds into food that rains down on the little village. 635 more words


Pop Ritzy Launches A Season Of Summer Screenings

Pop Brixton and The Ritzy are excited to announce a new programme of Pop Ritzy events, which will take place from July to September.

The Pop Ritzy summer screenings will feature two separate programmes, one of daytime children’s shows and one of evening adult shows. 164 more words