There's something about playing video games in the dead of night with the lights off, volume turned down low so as not to wake anyone up, the glow of the TV creating a soft ambiance in your room..

There's something about playing video games in the dead of night with the lights off, volume turned down low so as not to wake anyone up, the glow of the TV creating a soft ambiance in your room.

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I've had my share of strange experiences to know that the human spirit is constantly emitting energy. I'm curious to know what happens to that spirit after its time here on Earth ends.

A book list like no other!! Amazing, inspiring, swoon-worthy books for kids of all ages (and their grown-ups, too!) :: The 13 Best Children’s, Illustrated, and Picture Books of 2013 | Brain Pickings

The 13 Best Children’s, Illustrated, and Picture Books of 2013

Ira Glass on the Secret of Success in Creative Work, Animated in Kinetic Typography

Classmate Interview- Back-to-School Printables for grades 3 and up!

Classmate Interview- students can then present their classmate using an iPad app.

3rd Grade biography project. I would use this in my class because it is not your average boring book report.

I like this idea - "Third grade biography project. Student becomes the historical person when presenting their poster." Would also work for characters during a book report!

Omar Ibn Said (1770-1864, aka “Uncle Moro” or “Moreau”) was the son of a wealthy family in what is now Senegal, who received a scholar's education. He was enslaved and brought to South Carolina in 1807, just before the importing of slaves was outlawed. He fled, was re-captured in Fayetteville, NC, and spent the rest of his life as a house slave.  He left 14 manuscripts in Arabic, including a partial copy of the Quran done from memory, essays on history and theology, and an autobiography.

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Is that right? I'm sure I don't know what you mean. You forget yourself >you're like me. I'm never satisfied  >is that right? >I've never been satisfied

You forget yourself >you're like me. I'm never satisfied >is that right? >I've never been satisfied< My name is Angelica Schuyler<Where's your family from?

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Yeah fuck you thoughts, At I don't give a shit about that embarrassing thing I did in

heart map! kids make a heart of things they love and refer to it during writing time!! a must for the daily 5

4 Easy Art Projects to Help Your Family Connect

Heart Map for Writing: It's on writing about the things you love. You draw a big heart and then fill it with all those things. The teacher does one to model, and then your friends create their own. It is writing topic inspiration for your friends.

Space and Punctuate Dialogue Correctly from Be A Better Writer blog

Creative Writing Success Tips: How to Punctuate Dialogue Correctly. Creative writers: Learn these few rules of punctuation to write dialogue with clarity.

Someone made my dog an autobiography // this made me laugh & cry. @Shirley Vitale Ramirez Ravanera - monkey

One of the best things I've ever read about dogs - funny, sweet and true. My dog the paradox by the oatmeal.

What Does Your German Last Name Say About You? Enter Your Last Name To Find Its Meaning and Origin.

What Does Your German Last Name Say About You? Enter Your Last Name To Find Its Meaning and Origin.

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