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Print your own monogrammed binder cover! Pretty!

This would be a good Back 2 School project- monogrammed notebooks. Make your own. Just make a scrapbook page or print one like this pic off the computer and slide it in the clear pocket on the front! This could be my lesson plan binder cover!

Wolfelicious: Do you make movie with your class? Use iMovie

Summer Fun Movie How to easily use green screen technology in your class. FOR FREE (just need green butcher paper and iMovie) This is a great tutorial!

'Monday Made It! First Time Trying Spray Paint...!' (via Pinkadots Elementary)

I love spray painting things. Someone was JUST asking about painting plastic crates. Monday Made it! First time trying spray paint! Tips to help you become a pro at spray painting plastic.

Minute-to-win-it Games by annearn

Minute-to-Win-It games for a classroom celebration or end-of-year party.(or Family Olympics) (Minutes To Win It Games Kindergarten)

12 February Scholarships Worth $23,500 | The University Network

Wow, January really flew by. Here are 12 scholarships with February deadlines - apply away before the month flies by!

15 Most Common Errors in Student Writing

This could be a fine handout or poster for reminding all students, but especially ELLs still struggling with English grammar, of the most common writing errors and how to first spot and then correct them.

Make a Jared Box to lift the spirit of a chronically ill child at a hospital near you. Good community service project for kids.

Service Idea - The goal of the Jared Box Project is to lift the spirits of chronically ill children. A Jared Box is a shoebox size plastic storage box filled with small gifts, toys, cards, and games.

13 Must-Watch TED Talks to Spark Student Discussions - WeAreTeachers I particularly like the one on Lunch Ladies.

13 Must-Watch TED Talks to Spark Student Discussions

Teach Your Child to Read - 13 Must-Watch TED Talks to Spark Student Discussions - WeAreTeachers I particularly like the one on Lunch Ladies. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.