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I dare YOU in I Dare to try something new! I Dare you to fall in luv n b lost in luv! I Dare YOU to pursue n live ur Dream

Retired or not...a calling.

I Am A Teacher! quotes about teachers and teacher graphics on this page of Unique Teaching Resources. And for teachers to be of course there's some inspiration!

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A great message for your students: "Stand up for what is right even if you are standing alone.

The Big Picture | "While we, as teachers, appear to have little option now in reporting to the Standards, we can continue to make a lot of noise about the Big Picture. We can get those not working with these children to understand that we are responsible for shaping future adults, not just the 6 year olds we have for the one year in front of us. We need to remember human development is not a linear progression."

The Big Picture

In my experience, most parents think you have to be "parenting" or disciplining your child most of the time (or all day long) or teaching. Notice there is not much of that in the above poster.

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I want my children to look back when they are grown and always remember the love that I gave them, the support, and comfort. And through the hard growing up times the guidance, I LOVE THIS QUOTE! True words to live by

Children need to play to be adaptable, construct knowledge, problem solve, learn, create, process emotions, internalize experiences, discover, challenge themselves, be healthy, laugh and have fun, learn to work together, learn to lean, express, explore, speak

Fresh Find: A New "Playzine" + A Free Printable Just for You

This is a wonderful and cute description of the importance of play in a child's life. Play is so incredibly important for a child to grow and learn. A great way for a CCLS to evaluate a patient is to observe how a child plays.