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Learning Disability Testing - For Dyslexia and Dyscalculia FREE downloads - "Get to the bottom of your child's reading and math difficulties. Because doing so can help your child in more ways than you can even imagine." From Learning Success Blog

from Scholastic Teachers

6 Amazing Anchor Charts

What a great anchor chart for ANY grade level! Use it for basic math facts or higher level algebra. It'd also be great at the beginning of the school year to intrigue students to solve math problems to learn about the teacher or one another.

from Women Living Well

Good Morning Girls Resources {The Book of Acts

This Printable Bible Coloring Chart (in bookmark form) is available on this blog post along with all the other tools I LOVE to use to study God's Word. Have you tried using this yet? I love it (and so do my kids! Yay!)

The problem is that since I'm very good at reading others my bite is often exceedingly painful when it is relentlessly provoked.

from Amazon

ACT Prep Red Book - 320 Math Problems With Solutions: The Most Effective Strategies Ever Discovered

Dr. Steve Warner - ACT Prep Red Book - Available on Amazon: : http://www.amazon.com/ACT-Prep-Red-Book-Strategies/dp/1494253879/ref=sr_1_10?s=booksie=UTF8qid=1387199492tag=drstssamaprpa-20sr=1-10keywords=act%20prep

from Dream Home Based Work

Get Paid to Complete Small Jobs and Online Tasks

Learn how you can get paid to complete simple online tasks and make money at them. You may be completing data entry tasks, taking online surveys, testing websites, and more.

from The Work at Home Woman

Four Steps to Creating Your Work at Home Career

Do you want to start your own home-based business -- but you’re not sure where to start? Here are 4 steps to get you started. via The Work at Home Woman

from Mom Inspired Life

Alphabet Relay

Get outside and combine exercise and learning with this fun alphabet relay game! Learn how with "Mom Inspired Life".

from Lemon Lime Adventures

Peaceful Parenting: Family Meeting

Start with compliments. Address the problem of the day and come up with possible solutions for it. FINALLY, Act it Out. "We pretend like the problem is happening. Each person takes a turn being the one that is hurt and the one being hurtful. This really solidifies what we have talked about, enables the children to take part actively, and make our discussion concrete."