Design Tips : How to Combine Traditional & Contemporary Furniture
Combining traditional and contemporary furniture can definitely yield positive results. Combine traditional and contemporary furniture wi...
Direct mail continues to deliver top rewards in nonprofit industry
Nonprofit marketers continue to rely on their long-standing marketing strategies, direct mail in particular, even as they move to integrate other online and social media elements into their fundraising arsenals.
Remington M 1911A1 .45 ACP caliber pistol (PR34444)
Remington M 1911A1 .45 ACP caliber pistol. WWII government issued 1911A1 by Remington-Rand Inc. Excellent bore. Manufactured in approximately 1944. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 97-98% finish (parkerizing). Grips are excellent. Comes with WWII Aviator shoulder holster. Came with the gun from family.
Tile tips for your kitchen design
From ceramic to marble, slate to stone, with so many tiles to choose from, tiling your kitchen can be daunting. If you’re completely redesigning your kitchen, it’s tempting to focus more on choosin…
How Fashion Girls Wear Sneakers With Jeans
Today we're showing you how to wear sneakers with jeans like a street style star!
What's "Growing" on in 3rd Grade?
The third graders have been studying the life cycle of plants.
3rd Graders Learn Swim Safety
by lmartin September 20, 2017 This week, 3rd grade students from Model have been bused to GMS every day to use the GCS Aquatics Center. GCS is piloting a new program for 3rd graders at Model and West Goshen, which will teach students swim safety and basic swimming. According to Dr. Alan Metcalfe, Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education, the hope is that during this pilot year, issues with timing and transportation can be worked out so that next year 3rd graders corporation-wide may…
Preschool to 3rd Grade Should Not be a Dumping Ground
Why am I still hearing conversations about early childhood being a teacher dumping ground?
3rd Graders Write Hilarious Letters to God
A 3rd Grade teacher gave her students the assignment of writing a letter to God. You have to love a child's honesty!
teach 3rd graders how to play basketball
Use our teaching methods to teach youth basketball players how to play basketball.
My 3rd Grader is Half Way to College?!?
3rd grade is half way to college. Is your child in a Christian school community that surrounds them with the love and support that they need?
Children thrive when they learn to read by the 3rd grade
ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Research shows children thrive in the classroom and later in life when they learn how to read, especially by third grade. Learn how a local nonprofit is encouraging African American children to read by providing them with books that feature images people who look like them. Also, find out how Challenge Unlimited is helping people with all disabilities secure jobs.
Almost 20% of 3rd Graders Have Cell Phones
And by middle school, more than 80 percent of kids have a phone.
Erie Snapshot: Belle Valley 3rd-graders learn to play the violin
A youth violin program begun in the 1990s continues in the Millcreek School District and three other districts in Erie County.
Ag-Venture: 20 years of 1st class effort for 3rd graders
SEBRING — “OJ is good for me!” a third grade class of students repeated in unison Tuesday as they headed to their next adventure at Ag-Venture at the Highlands County
3rd Grade Literacy: How Much Progress Is Your State Making?
A new report ranks every state in the country on how it's doing at preparing students to be reading proficiently at the end of 3rd grade, a critical benchmark for later academic success.
3rd Grade Students Learn About Art First Hand
Third grade students from Chapin Street School traveled to the Springfield Quadrangle on November 6th and 7th to participate in tours at the two art museums; the George Walter Vincent Smith Museum for the "Japan Tour", and the Michele and Donald D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts for "A Brush with Art" Mrs. Abts, Chapin Street Art Teacher, reports that during the Japan tour, students viewed the…
Canfield 3rd-graders learn business basics through hot chocolate
On Thursday afternoon, Kristin Hartshorn’s third-grade classroom at C.H. Campbell Elementary School was transformed into an assembly line as the students participated in a mock business exercise selling hot chocolate mix.
How One Teacher Explains Consent to Her 3rd Grade Students
Elizabeth Kleinrock, a teacher in Los Angeles, uses a graphic organizer to talk with her students about respecting personal boundaries.