The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein (Age 1 and up) Shel Silverstein has long been one of my favorite authors. This book and “Where the Sidewalk Ends” were two of my favorites as a child. For some strange reason I thought young children may not understand the message. Silly me! It is one of the […]

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We all know that great content is not only meant to be filled with great texts but also, the images that are shared with it play an important role! Social media companies that work with press release distribution know the big role images play. Why? Because it is well known that in social media platforms […]

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Kilkenny Castle This castle is a sight to behold in the middle of the crowded city center of Kilkenny. When you first arrive at the castle, you get a false sense of it being small, almost too small to be impressed by. However, once you manage to park your car and wander into the gates, […]

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Have you used QR Codes in the classroom yet? Do you have technology (like iPads, iPods, iPhones, or other smart phones) and internet access? QR Codes are simple to create, easy to implement, and open a world of independence for your students.   WHAT IS A QR CODE A QR Code is very similar to […]

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Art and music are something everyone is very much interested in as both depicts the depth and the meaning of various situations and various things of life. “A picture tells a thousand words” – this isn’t just merely a saying by some great human being but it is way of depicting the importance of art […]

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Shanghai has always been China’s capital of all things cosmopolitan. At the turn of the 20th century, it was a thriving metropolis to rival Paris, with vibrant nightlife, couture houses, and posh private clubs. One hundred years later—following war, destruction, and redevelopment—it’s once again at the top. Shanghai is a city of stunning contrasts, with […]

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After working 3 part-time jobs you finally managed to save up enough money for your backpacking dream trip. But I’m sure no one told you that making money was the easy part…. How to hold on to your money will be your biggest challenge and especially when traveling solo. The practical tips below helped me […]

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The Library Commonly known as “Singapore’s worst-kept secret”, The Library is a small bar, hidden away on Keong Saik Road, but to gain entry you’ll need the password. There are a few methods to gain the secret code (hint: just try Facebook), and once you’ve gained access to the speakeasy you’ll be greeted with a […]

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Hersheypark, Pennyslvania Where can you gorge on world-famous chocolate, check out the theme parks, and enjoy a splash pad for the whole family? Pennsylvania’s Hersheypark, of course!   Suoi Tien Park, Vietnam Everyone can chill out at this Buddhism-themed water park featuring live crocodiles you can feed yourself!   Great Wolf Lodge, Washington Grand Mound […]

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PERU Peru has been a popular destination for budget travelers and backpackers for a long time for good reasons. Traveling through Peru is really affordable! Backpack the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, see a vast amount of Incan ruins, indulge in quality Peruvian food, or visit the bustling city of Lima.   CHINA The world’s […]

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Fraction manipulatives make fractions concrete.  You can display these 5 online fraction manipulatives on a smart board during lessons.  Students can also use these on chromebooks, iPads and laptops.   Fraction Manipulative #1: ABCya Fraction Tiles These fraction tiles are my go to virtual fraction manipulative. I love the way they snap into place. I have real […]

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There are books you adore, books that bore you to tears and books that changed your life forever. Then there are novels so horrifying that, even though they can make you physically ill, you just can’t put them down. But you just wish you had. Ladies and gentlemen, we give you a list of the […]

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BLUE GROTTO Situated on the Capri coast in the southern part of the country, the Blue Grotto is a 60 metre long and 20 metre wide ocean cave. The place offers a spellbinding blue light rising from the sea floor and the sun beams passing from the cave opening. The Blue Grotto is the most […]

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I love Tokyo! At least once a day, I think about Tokyo (or something about Tokyo). I have been to Tokyo about four times, and whenever I visit it never fails to amaze me with cool things. I’m not sure yet when my next visit is going to be, but hopefully it will be sooner. […]

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Dress your own style There is nothing better than having on what we really want to have on in fashion terms. There is nothing better than looking great wearing your own style! If you like to wear t-shirts, then do it with style, no matter when or where. The style has a lot to do […]

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NO TIPPING! I love this about traveling to Asia. No tipping anywhere. The closest to tipping was when taxi drivers would round up the fare if the change was just 10 cents.   WEAR SHOES THAT CAN BE TAKEN OFF EASILY You never know when you’ll need to take off your shoes. At a few […]

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People think that Paris is an expensive city. I hear so many people say, “You don’t want to spend too many days in Paris, it is too much money.” But it can be affordable. Especially if you follow my list of free things to do in Paris that won’t break the bank!   Explore the […]

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Gelato from Gelupo Perfection exists in the form of handmade gelato on Soho’s Archer Street. I thought I could forget you, Gelupo, but where else will I find flavors like Ricotta Chocolate and Black Pepper? This long distance thing isn’t working.   Cookies from Ben’s Cookies BRB, flying across the pond for a warm, melty […]

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Some of the best parts of Scotland are its beautiful, wild and rugged countryside, a part of the country that has long captivated the hearts of travelers, not least so because of the gorgeous landscapes and scenery here. Now while a lot of this can be explored by road some of the best gems here are […]

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Trying new sounds If music has overcome even barrier languages and the pass of time, it just means that it is one of the most popular types of art that exists, of course read through the lenses of every individual to their taste. Each one of us have a different conception of what art is […]

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Hope. Fear. Excitement. Traveling for the first time provided me with wave of conflicting emotions. When I left to travel the world, I didn’t know what to expect. I wasn’t well traveled and was as green as they come. No one I knew had ever done this before. To compensate for my lack of preparedness, […]

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The scariest part of anybody’s travel is the planning stage. However, it can also be the most exciting, but oftentimes just thinking about everything that needs to be done before a trip is the most daunting and overwhelming part. I’ve compiled my best tips for the planning stage of your travels!   Backup All Your Documentation […]

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It should come as no surprise that a continent as vast as South America contains a near infinite number of opportunities for adventure. Having limitless possibilities can prove overwhelming, though, especially during the trip planning process. I thought I’d make things a little easier for you by compiling a list of out-of-this-world experiences, all thoroughly […]

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Get to know your game If you think you have seen it all in technology, you are totally wrong. If you think you have been able to manage all the tools you need to beat everyone around you at one of the most popular online games, as it is Clash of Clans, then you are […]

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Beaches like you’ve never seen before Before you start dreaming of laying out on a hot sandy beach, you have to know that Oregon beaches are chilly. As in you’ll definitely want a jacket, even in mid-July. Even though you can’t really swim, the beaches are incredible in their own regard. Stop at as many […]

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