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I love to think. Think about what my life could be like and what it is like. I can say so many things in my head and no one else can hear them. That's the beauty about the mind it's all yours and no one can touch it.

Been thinking about pinning this for a few days I decided to fly :).

If you're making changes in your business, whether it be to the processes themselves or to the IT systems, it's a good idea to think about mapping out the processes so that you don't miss any of the impacts of the change you are making. #projectmanagement

The Gothic Quarter, Barcelona Thinking about Barcelona so much today

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Harry Potter Print - A4 - Book Quote - Library - Chamber of Secrets - Hermione - Illustration - Children - Poster

The girls are in Scotland safe. Relief. Unicorns ☺️ lol. So...I have a cat bed, carrier, brush, food, bowls, toy and litter tray, litter and scoop. I need more toys and a scratch post. Anything else? Should I worry about smaller parts of the girls toys or not? If we have kids you know baby proofing with all this lego etc is going to be a nightmare....we're getting a cat btw- if you were here I would have consulted you. I'm struggling to find one though think it's not the right time of year…

You should SEE EVIDENCE of your students' learning EVERYDAY. Exit Slips are an excellent way to ensure that your students are reflecting on their learning as well as a way to keep tabs on their progress.

Growth mindset visuals. A Poster for students with alternatives and behavior reminders. This one is good, because it is not a "do this" don't do that" poster. It is recommendations for situations that may arise often in class such as being confused about a topic or feeling discouraged because they don't understand

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This makes me very angry as we should behave as a civilised society with proper manners and etiquette and know when someone means NO.

Made my own blending line for my reception class today... They were very intrigued and hopefully it will encourage them to think about the sounds that make up words :)