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The Importance of Reading Chapter Books by guest blogger Jennie

Originally posted on Darlene Foster's Blog:
I follow the blog of pre-school teacher Jennie Fitkzee at A Teacher’s Reflections. Jennie is an amazing teacher who truly loves her job and shares her 30-year teaching experiences with her readers. In…

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divine.

Originally posted on I didn't have my glasses on….:
“if you see with innocent eyes, everything is divine.” -federico fellini

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Talking Death and Dying with Children – Part 2

In Part 1, I opened the doors to talking with young children about death and dying. Finding a dead bunny on the playground was the opportunity I needed.  Children are often angry when a pet or loved one dies.  I shared … Continue reading

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sunflower

Originally posted on Paul Militaru:
The perfect picture! Thank you, Paul Militaru. Paul Militaru View original post

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see the song.

Originally posted on I didn't have my glasses on….:
“when it’s cold you can see the song.” — the bird appears to be sending smoke signals as it braves sub-zero temperatures in a park in the city of petrozavodsk,…

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Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. And His Wisdom

Originally posted on charles french words reading and writing:
https://pixabay.com “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” “Courage is an inner resolution to go forward…

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What is the perfect education?

Originally posted on Opher's World:
a. The Setting Education should take place in a setting that is friendly, warm, secure, safe and beautiful. The building and rooms should be cheerful, artistically interesting and full of stimulation. The grounds should…

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