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Paper And Public History

As I briefly touched on in my previous blogs, this class has been a very unique one, in the sense that I’ve never taken a class quite like this one before. 513 more words

Reflections

Hands-on TCI with Unifix Cubes

This is a fantastic hands-on CI activity to teach the words ‘ambil’ (pick up), ‘taruh’ (put), ‘di atas’ (on top of), colours and numbers. Students are totally engaged because each has their own little snap-lock bag with all nine unifix cube colours – white, blue, red, pink, brown, green, yellow, black and orange. 721 more words

Binding That Hairpin Turn

The holidays are coming with giant steps. In between the preparations (boo!) and the gift sewing (yay!), I want to share a mini-tutorial on how to bind narrow hairpin turns. 558 more words

Hands-on

Making your own DIY Checkers Board

Before I tell you about our last two adventures in Europe I thought I will share a quick post for all the homeschooling parents, private teachers, teachers and schools in this week. 536 more words

Education

Handmade Gifts This Season

With the holiday season around the corner, I started thinking of handmade gifts to show my love this year.

Contenders on the list

Hand-bound Notebooks… 67 more words

Diy

So my son’s birthday usually falls on or around Thanksgiving. Last year it was the day of and this year it falls the day after. Therefore he never gets to celebrate his birthday with his friends at school.

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Fettuccine senza glutine :: #GF Tasting Notes

È noto che gli italiani si aspettino che la pasta sia al dente, ma quando questa è senza glutine non è poi cosi ovvio, specialmente se fatta in casa. 1,044 more words

Italian Cooking - Cucina Italiana

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[caption id="attachment_3929" align="alignleft" width="750"] Gluten free fresh fettuccine | Photo ©OCKstyle[/caption] It may seem taken for granted for Italians to expect pasta to be “al dente”, but when we deal with gluten-free dishes, “al dente” is not that “obvious” any more...