Narrative Success Criteria- This poster is perfect to have hung up in the classroom to remind students what goes into writing a narrative.   4.W.3 Text Types and Purposes  3. Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

Narrative Success Criteria- This poster is perfect to have hung up in the classroom to remind students what goes into writing a narrative. 4.W.3 Text Types and Purposes 3. Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.

Free template for students to use with any article in order to prepare them to SHARE a CURRENT EVENT article with the classroom!

Free template for students to use with any article in order to prepare them to SHARE a CURRENT EVENT article with the classroom!

The Ultimate Embroidery - The Bayeux Tapestry is an embroidered cloth—not an…

The Ultimate Embroidery - The Bayeux Tapestry is an embroidered cloth—not an…

jaala | Gallery farm to table dinner in the garden with an herb flare

jaala | Gallery farm to table dinner in the garden with an herb flare

If you are in New York any time between right this very second, and January 6, 2013, you have to get yourself down to the 55,000-square-foot Wade Thompson Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory immediately! American artist Ann Hamilton’s GIGANTIC installation, “the event of a thread” is just waiting for you! Hop onto one of these amazing over-sized swings, and swing like you did when you were five!

If you are in New York any time between right this very second, and January 6, 2013, you have to get yourself down to the 55,000-square-foot Wade Thompson Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory immediately! American artist Ann Hamilton’s GIGANTIC installation, “the event of a thread” is just waiting for you! Hop onto one of these amazing over-sized swings, and swing like you did when you were five!

Never would have thought of this...Emergency Contact information for rescue workers on both sides of every car seat.  Child's name, phone number, etc.  In the event of a wreck most children in car seats can't or won't be able to give this information to rescue workers.

Never would have thought of this...Emergency Contact information for rescue workers on both sides of every car seat. Child's name, phone number, etc. In the event of a wreck most children in car seats can't or won't be able to give this information to rescue workers.

How to Find True North Without a Compass — Basic survival skills are essential for anyone living off the grid, whether it’s by choice or in a SHTF situation. In the event that you have to navigate without landmarks, technology, or even a compass, you need to know how to find true north.

How to Find True North Without a Compass — Basic survival skills are essential for anyone living off the grid, whether it’s by choice or in a SHTF situation. In the event that you have to navigate without landmarks, technology, or even a compass, you need to know how to find true north.

Would rescue teams know you had pets in the house? Give yourself a piece of mind knowing that they will be rescued in the event of an emergency! This is a MUST HAVE for all pet owners!  **Every purchase feeds 4 shelter dogs!

2-Pack Pet Alert Stickers: Recommended for Every Door & Window of Your Home

Would rescue teams know you had pets in the house? Give yourself a piece of mind knowing that they will be rescued in the event of an emergency! This is a MUST HAVE for all pet owners! **Every purchase feeds 4 shelter dogs!

The Boston Molasses Disaster, also known as the Great Molasses Flood and the Great Boston Molasses Tragedy, occurred on January 15, 1919, in the North End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts in the United States. A large molasses storage tank burst, and a wave of molasses rushed through the streets at an estimated 35 mph (56 km/h), killing 21 and injuring 150. The event has entered local folklore, and residents claim that on hot summer days, the area still smells of molasses.

The Boston Molasses Disaster, also known as the Great Molasses Flood and the Great Boston Molasses Tragedy, occurred on January 15, 1919, in the North End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts in the United States. A large molasses storage tank burst, and a wave of molasses rushed through the streets at an estimated 35 mph (56 km/h), killing 21 and injuring 150. The event has entered local folklore, and residents claim that on hot summer days, the area still smells of molasses.

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