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"I like this clever write-in book that allows you are record your parent's personal history and learn from their hard-earned experience through a series of interesting questions."

300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It’s Too Late. Your parents are a rich resource of wisdom that you can easily tap into with the help of this guide.

52 Questions in 52 Weeks.  By asking one simple question a week, the task of creating a descriptive story of one’s life could be accomplished in a single year

52 Questions in 52 Weeks. By asking one simple question a week, the task of creating a descriptive story of one’s life could be accomplished in a single year.-- This would be perfect to email one each week to my grandparents to compile their life story.

Free BYU Classes-- a nice long list of free courses. There are a lot that look really interesting!

For all my extra time.Free BYU Classes-- there's a HUGE list! Includes organ lessons and some great genealogy and family history courses for free!

This is a great free video database created with the aim to help teachers to make their lessons more interesting,colourful and technically enabled

50 ways to use video in the classroom

Digitize your Family Info and carry it with you.

Worldscan app- scan docs with your phone and convert them to PDF.fingers crossed they have an android version

****GREAT-Repeat the rhythm back with space bar....goes from cool to hot to rockin!-printable certificate :) -The Ultimate List of Online Music Education Activities - Cornerstone Confessions

The Ultimate List of Online Music Education Games

****GREAT-Repeat the rhythm back with space bar.-printable certificate :) -The Ultimate List of Online Music Education Activities - Cornerstone Confessions

Jack Pot!!!!!   Common Core ELA Standards by grade level with corresponding lessons - from Read Tennessee

Common Core ELA Standards by grade level with corresponding lessons and activities. This is an incredible resource! (Best Common Core resource I have seen!

Algebraic reasoning in real life

Get The Math - Get the Math combines video and web interactivity to help middle and high school students develop algebraic thinking skills for solving real-world problems.

Writing a History worth reading This is the first of a four-part series on family history, so keep checking back each week for more great advice!

{LDS How-to} Write a Family History Worth Reading

Depression: How to Challenge Negative Thinking Depression can lead to habitual negative thoughts. Try these expert-tested tips and tricks to counter depression symptoms and practice positive thinking.

SMART Goal Setting in elementary school. Help students set SMART goals by setting strategic, measurable goals with an action plan that are realistic and timely. Included are data binders, goal setting forms, reflection pages and much, much more.

Goal Setting & Data Portfolios for First – Sixth Grades

This falls under task 2 as intrinsic motivation. I think letting students set their own goals is very motivating- especially if it is paired with an extrinsic motivator like a prize if they meet their goal.

karaoke & dumping 2013

I'd like to build the world a home And furnish it with love Grow apple trees and honey bees And snow-white turtle doves I'd like to teach the world to sing In perfect harmony I'd like to hold it in my arms And keep it company

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