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Mike Storeim, owner of Classic Posters in Evergreen, Colo., shares his favorite marijuana-themed posters from the 1960s, including works by Mouse Miller.
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Thinking about how to homeschool your teen can feel overwhelming. Check out this list of best homeschooling resources for high school!
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One evening last week, my wife and I got into bed. We were fooling around, the passion started to heat up, when she suddenly says: “I don’t feel like it, I just want you to hold me.” I said, “WHAT? Then what was all that about?!?” Then she uttered the words that every husband on the planet...
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An overview of 9 simple but effective classroom management tips secondary teachers can use to feel confident in their classroom and increase student learning.
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Tips to write the best course descriptions for your homeschooled high school student.
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Wondering how to sequence grammar instruction? You'll want this list that scaffolds grammar lessons so that one skill builds upon the next.
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Intro to Art. Art fundamentals. High school first year art curriculum based on the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design. Complete lessons, presentations, examples, tutorials, ideas.
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How-to Guide for a First Year Art Teacher: 10 Steps for Success | Teaching Strategies & Resources - Ms Artastic
Welcome to the How-To Guide for First Year Art Teachers where I give you my 10 Steps for Success! Congratulations! You got your own classroom. OH MY GOSH, you have your own classroom. Your mind and stomach start racing, both with extreme excitement and panic because now, it all just got real. You will have a lot of students, a lot of planning, and a lot of classroom to keep organized. Figuring out where to even start is a huge stress and will require a tea (or a beer) and a nap (probably…
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If you have a homeschooled teen, you may need an art credit for high school. Did you know you can earn a credit with chalk pastels?
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