These 2 freebie activities are great to use as follow up activities to the story There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bell by Lucille Colandro. Your students will sequence the items the old lady swallowed in the story. Then, they will color and cut out the old lady and write about one of the items the old lady swallowed and why.
Did You Hear The One About The Frog And The Scorpion?
Friday’s StoryCorps on NPR was the sweetest, did you hear it? A Boise couple waxed on about how cute and loving all the rats at their ...
Admit it, you sang this <<< Of course I did!! :D<<< Duh who wouldn't<<< WHAT ABOUT THE PUBESCENT DRAMA QUEENS??????
The Teardrop monument in New York...a donation from Russia for the grief of 9/11. Why did I never hear about this?
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Do you hear the people sing? Lost in the valley of the night. It is the music of a people who are climbing to the light.
The Lady's Got Class
A Marine in Vietnam carries children out of danger. This is what I think about when I hear the word "MARINE"...men who care and protect
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Wait what did you say? I couldn't hear you over the sound of John and David's kilts.
A very rare picture of a beautiful young girl on the chair, who is being looked after by a nursemaid who only appears to be about 10years old herself. This picture compells you to wonder about both their lives. How they lived, and what they did together.
Beans, beans, the magical fruit… What am I saying! You don’t want to hear about that! You want to hear about homemade BBQ beans that will put any can of beanies to shame. You wanna hear about beans that cook all day and leave your home smelling like a Kansas City BBQ pit (which is totally my
Check this website out! It gives a lot of information about psychosis including who can help you, frequently asked questions, as well as some personal stories! This website also offers some advice for friends and family so if you wanted to pass it along to some loved ones, that may be a great idea too! I know you are in recovery but it still helps to learn new things and hear about other individuals who have the same disorder!