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Back row (left to right) : Leslie Cook of Marshfield, Jeanine Jernegan of Kingston, Rachel Healy of Marshfield, Rachel Laufer of Weymouth. Mid Row : Meghan Harrington of Quincy, Laura Barron of Newton, Erica Hicks of Weymouth and Ryan Burke of ... Citybizlist, 1 week ago

Brain for monster truck

This is a physics puzzles game. The goal of the game is simple - to move the green figure at the truck. To do this, you have a crayon and brains. Use them to perform the physics task. Just draw your decision. Draw as well as you do it crayon. Any ...
 ZDNet1 month ago

11 Ways to Know That Your Best Friends Are the Ones

Friendship is unpredictable. Sometimes you connect with someone the moment they share their sparkly orange crayon with you in the first grade and never look back, and sometimes you can know someone for years before you begin to uncover their ...
 PopSugar Australia1 month ago

These perfectly safe things were once considered dangerous

General Photographic Agency/ Dancers demonstrating steps from the 'Charleston' (circa 1926). Lead paint in kids' rooms. Smoking. Flammable pyjamas. It's easy to name items that are more dangerous than we realised. But some things people once ...
 MSN Philippines6 hours ago 15 perfectly safe things that were once considered dangerous  MSN South Africa2 weeks ago

Pioneers of Printing: Alois Senefelder

Print Email Thanks to printing pioneers such as Johannes Gutenberg our industry has developed to a thriving field. Alois Senefelder is another visionary thinker in our series of printing pioneers. In this article we take you on a journey through ...
 Converter News1 day ago
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Response: 'Self-Control Doesn't Just Happen, it Needs to be Taught'

(This is the third post in a four-part series. You can see Part One here and Part Two here .) The new "question-of-the-week" is: How can we best help students develop self-control? Part One considered how teachers can best help students ...
 Education Week6 days ago Response: 'Fear' Should not Stop us From Exploring 'Controversial' Topics in School  Education Week1 month ago

Smudges, lines and squiggles are the early markings of a good writer

Babies love to play with their food, and in mud and sand. They swirl their fingers and palms around and create all manner of smudges and patterns. But besides making a mess, they are also doing something very important: making marks. This is the ...
 Teachwire.net1 week ago

Creating The Ideal Environment For Mark Making To Flourish

Children start to make marks from the time they can control the movements of their hands and feet, whether that is swishing food around on their tray or picking up a crayon, pressing it down and watching colour appear on the nearest clean surface. ...
 Teachwire.net1 week ago

#SelfCareSunday is the Secret to a Better Monday Nov 22, 2016

Practice Yoga + Meditation Attic Yoga Space Angled attic doors add character to this cheerful yoga space, perfect for downward dogs and sun salutations. Both yoga and meditation help you recenter and refocus by concentrating on your breath.
 HGTV Remodels1 week ago

CEO's visit sparks storm of activity

Published on the 21/11/2016 | Written by Newsdesk Microsoft NZ announces co-development initiatives, awards grant for computer science education… This comes in the wake of Satya Nadella's recent brief visit to Australasian shores during ...
 IStart1 week ago
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