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Line Up! - A Bright Idea for Lining Up! (Mrs. Mayas' Kindergarten)

Line Up! - A Bright Idea for Lining Up!

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Cool Blue

BEST pencil sharpener EVER! I have 4 of these in my classroom and NO MORE pencil sharpening issues! Love this little machine!

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Fizzy Cloud Dough Experiment (Taste Safe)

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de Small Footprint Family

20 Ways to Give Up Plastic {And the Toxins in It}

*PVC PLASTICS* Scientists believe phthalates cause similar harmful effects in humans. If your home has flexible vinyl flooring, or those padded playmat floors for kids (often used in day cares and kindergartens, too), there’s a good chance it is made from toxic PVC. PVC flooring has also been linked to chronic diseases like allergies, asthma and autism. PVC is one of the worst health and environmental offenders. Avoid at all costs…

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How to Make Sensory Balls

Frog Sensory Bin, Pumpkin Puffy Paint, Rainbow Soap Foam, and Calming Lavender Sensory Bin

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3-D Scans Reveal Caterpillars Turning Into Butterflies

3D Scans, revealing the internal structure of a Caterpillar as it transforms into a butterfly.

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Doctors Boycotting Obamacare in California - Tea Party News

Tweet Tweet (Washington Examiner) - An estimated seven out of every 10 physicians in deep-blue California are rebelling against the state’s Obamacare health insurance exchange and won’t participate, the head of the state’s largest medical association said. “It doesn’t surprise me that there’s a high rate of nonparticipation,” said Dr. Richard Thorp, president of the California Medical Association. FAX BLAST [...]

Because I am a Girl is a campaign that aims to transform the lives of the worlds poorest girls. Every year from 2007 to 2015 Plan will be producing a report that looks at the different ways girls around the world are affected by discrimination. Plan believes that girls access to education and legal rights can break the cycle of poverty and discrimination that girls face around the world.

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