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Pin It! I remember the first time I had a French Dip Sandwich, I was in elementary school and cruising through the hot lunch line, a rare treat for us in our childhood. I fell in love instantly and its been one of my few favorite sandwiches ever since. I can only imagine how awful that exact hot

Pin It! I remember the first time I had a French Dip Sandwich, I was in elementary school and cruising through the hot lunch line, a rare treat for us in our childhood. I fell in love instantly and its been one of my few favorite sandwiches ever since. I can only imagine how awful that exact hot

These bars are deliciously sweet and a great accompaniment to a strong black cup of coffee. Or if your taste-tester is freckle-faced and still in elementary school, like mine, a glass of milk would do. Consider this a warning, these bars have equal parts

Chocolate Almond Bars

These bars are deliciously sweet and a great accompaniment to a strong black cup of coffee. Or if your taste-tester is freckle-faced and still in elementary

It's Flag Day! Here's a #patriotic lunch from What The Girls Are Having #bento

not sure I'd have time for all the jazz but the red and blue fruit and marshmallows and twizzlers are a good idea

5 Delicious Pasta Recipes Made in 30 Minutes (or Less!) — Menus from The Kitchn | The Kitchn

5 Delicious Pasta Recipes Made in 30 Minutes (or Less!) — Menus from

School lunches varied for me growing up. It generally ran the gamut of stereotypical American school-age lunches: Lunchables, Chef Boyardee Beefaroni, sandwiches, Hot Pockets, the occasional lunch …

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Why end the year with a project based learning unit? Students will be engaged and motivated to learn. Let your upper elementary students solve real world problems and complete challenges today. These ideas are great for after state testing in your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom. Even home school students and families will love these ideas. STEM, PBL, student ownership and leadership, and much more can all be accomplished in a fun way. {third, fourth, fifth, sixth graders}

Why End the Year With a Project Based Learning Unit?

Why end the year with a project based learning unit? Students will be engaged and motivated to learn. Let your upper elementary students solve real world problems and complete challenges today. These ideas are great for after state testing in your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom. Even home school students and families will love these ideas. STEM, PBL, student ownership and leadership, and much more can all be accomplished in a fun way. {third, fourth, fifth, sixth graders}

Take breakfast to new heights by whipping up this quick back-to-school breakfast with Nutella®. The family is  sure to get a real hoot out of it.

Take breakfast to new heights by whipping up this quick back-to-school breakfast with Nutella®. The family is sure to get a real hoot out of it.

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