I know what you meant when you said submit, that is not the point of this pin, I know you meant waiting for you to make the moves, I get it. the point is that I want all of this with you love! I also wanted to say, I'm going to start deleting these regularly, I just don't want any kind of trail...you mean too much to me.S.
Flipping the Classroom - I really want to try this out if I do teach 5th or 6th grade, have some really great ideas especially if I get to have Edmodo! For ELA, would post grammar and vocab lecture videos, pose online reading discussions, and then in class would focus on small group discussions and reinforcing lecture concepts :D
DIY Celtic Knot Pillow Tutorial from Cut Out + Keep here. “The Witness to Your Splendor” celtic knot is used for this pillow. Mainly posting because the bottom pillow tutorial from Seymour here was taken down at the request of artist Ragnheiður Ösp who makes a pillow resembling the one in the middle. *So what happens when a DIY is removed that you really wanted to do? Improvise. Cut Out + Keep Tutorial + Sailor’s Knot = Celtic Knot Pillow Top Photo: DIY from Cut Out + Keep Midd
I just want everyone to know that even if today is not a good day, there is always tomorrow. You are so beautiful, so kind, so smart, so talented, you don't need to change. You are perfect as you are. If today sucked, I want you to pick yourself up and do what you need to get better. If that's reading a book, sleeping, eating, taking a shower, whatever it is, please do it. You deserve the best, and the only person who can give you the best is yourself. <333 - Lina
It’s engagement season. You know how I know? This infographic is getting repinned daily. It’s a timeline of when to send your wedding invitations and save-the-dates. The thing I didn’t include: timelines for engaging your stationer. That’s because every stationer wants something different. As a...
Sites that I can't do without as a math teacher (and what's so special about each one!) Links to virtual manipulatives, discovery-based lessons, free graphing software, question prompts, eBooks, and more.... Tons of resources for math teachers