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Pawsitively Tuesday - Succeed OR Fail

In my opinion, one of the most “damaging” things we can tell our children, or ourselves for that matter, is that if we set our mind to it and have the perseverance we can do anything, accomplish anything, be anything.   96 more words

Emotional Health

Monday Motivation

Incase I’m not the only one who needs some Monday Motivation.  Why not look to the smartest there was: Dr. Seuss.

Get on your way!”

Motivation

Ten famously shy people who proved you can be the strong, silent, successful type

Some of the greatest minds of our time and the most successful people in different industries – from film and technology to literature and science – have been strong, silent types; shy people who have proven that you can be both quiet and a leader. 1,133 more words

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Thing One Turns One! | A Dr. Seuss Inspired Birthday Party

Disclaimer: Items in this post were gifted for promotion. All thoughts and opinions are mine and mine alone! Also I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you to all the people at all the shops who helped make my monkey’s first birthday a memorable one! 1,191 more words

On Dr. Seuss consequences.

<I had my students practice STAAR strategies with picture books last week and this was overheard.>
“Aw, MAN, he straight up RATTED on that star-bellied-thingy. I’d cut him.” 25 more words

Stuff High Schoolers Say

Oobleck - Sensory Science Play

What is Oobleck?

Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid; it has properties of both liquids and solids. Its pressure dependent – You can slowly dip your hand into it like a liquid, but if you squeeze the oobleck or punch it, it will feel solid.

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Preschool