I originally did this tutorial for 100LayerCake.com, and it remains one of my favorite projects.  Here I’ll share the original post, plus some extra photos and details about how I make paper roses. These unique flowers can be bound into bouquets, or worked into creative centerpieces and decorations.   I use [...]

Paper Flower Tutorial: Storybook Paper Roses

The original tutorial for for Storybook paper roses, as seen on 100 Layer Cake. This is my technique for making roses out of book pages or sheet music.

READING / Flagging strategies for reading comprehension. They put the flags directly into the book while reading.

Flagging strategies for reading comprehension. They put the flags directly into the book while reading. **Can also flag hooks in books. What type of hook did the author use and when writing what type did you use

What a lovely image. Don't you agree?

If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales - Albert Einstein. "Into the Book World" - illustration by "moffs"

With a tone that reads like it's more best friend than a preachy, unreachable expert, You Are a Badass is one of the few self-help books that's both funny and helpful. It may place a lot of emphasis on the spiritual, which can be distracting at times, but it all helps to feed into the book's main idea: You are in charge of your life, and it's up to you to adopt a positive mindset and make changes. You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life by Jen…

Self-Help Books Every 20-Something Should Read

You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life: Jen Sincero: I love this book!

Great book (based on true story), great movie, great soundtrack.  Need anything else?

BIOGRAPHY In April 1992 a young man from a well-to-do family hitchhiked to Alaska and walked alone into the wilderness north of Mt. His name was Christopher Johnson McCandless.

Turning Dry Genealogical Facts into Interesting Family History — Pictures and Stories

Turning Dry Genealogical Facts into Interesting Family History

Book vs. Movie - Great for Wonder or any other movie version   Okay so usually the book really is better but it's fun to see the movie too especially with your students. Especially when the book is awesome - like Wonder which I am sure you know is out in theaters now. You can help your students dig a little deeper into the movie - comparing and contrasting it to the book with this free printable!  Happy Teaching  Rachel Lynette  3-5 book vs. movie comparing and contrasting novel activities…

Book vs. Movie - Great for Wonder or any other movie version

Have guests roll a message/advice into the bottles for us to read on 1st anniversary, 2nd anniversary etc!

Message in a Bottle: Guests roll up their message and pick a bottle with an anniversary year to place it in. Then open it that anniversary year.

I love Harry. I so wish that this had been put into the movie. He had so many great lines from HBP

Sassy Harry: All The Times Harry Potter Was Kind Of A D*ck

I hate that movie-Harry and book-Harry are so different. Movie-Harry doesn't have any sassy-ness!

Read the book, too. Forget 'Frozen' and go for 'Fargo': 8 movies you should watch on Netflix if you're snowed in | MLive.com

Forget 'Frozen' and go for 'Fargo': 8 movies you should watch on Netflix if you're snowed in

Into the Wild - this movie took me someplace else - love the movie, soundtrack and book/ one of my favorites, hope is still on Netflix

Get 2 cheap copies of the Book of Mormon, remove the binding and place each page on a blank page of a larger notebook. Then make notes, comments, add quotes as you study each page directly into the notebook page. Loving this idea!!

Get 2 cheap copies of the Book of Mormon, remove the binding and place each page on a blank page of a larger notebook. Then make notes, comments, add quotes as you study each page directly into the notebook page. Loving this idea!

Altered Book Sculptures | Add it to your favorites to revisit it later.

Original Book Sculpture by Malena Valcárcel Spanish artist based in Spain. She has been working for years in the field of paper used to create Books Sculptures, paper jewelry and elaborate constructions

Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind" created the characters played by Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable in the 1939 Academy Award winner for Best Picture (along with 7 other Oscars).

Gone with the Wind

Gone with the Wind--Margaret Mitchell. I've seen the movie a dozen times, but, yes, I've also read the book.

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