This post is aimed at those of us who teach. Teachers Pay Teachers is a convenient site for teachers to access a wide variety of resources to use in the classroom. Many resources are available for free, and can be save you some time in creating new activities. During my student-teaching I was given the … Continue reading Teachers Pay Teachers
Have you ever come across an odd spider, insect, or plant and thought, "Hmm, what is this thing?!" Enter iNaturalist. iNaturalist is available for Android and for Apple and is completely free to download and use. After downloading the app you can 'Make an Observation' by uploading a picture of the organism in question and … Continue reading iNaturalist
A soft, steady click. Not more than the light click of a spacebar. This little click is all it took to cause a week-long headache of a recurring battery failure on our Ford Explorer. A headache that peaked when the dead battery caused our son to be late for his first day of pre-school. The … Continue reading Are You Listening?
This post is geared to the educators out there, so if you know a teacher pass this along! I have been blessed to teach with some great educators. Not just people good at their job, but individuals who are constantly pushing themselves to be even better. One of these individuals is Mr. Dave Stuart. Several … Continue reading These 6 Things
Last week my son was riding his bike on the sidewalk and shouted "Dad! A baby bird!". The week prior we had come across a dead baby robin on the sidewalk and had to have an impromptu "circle of life" conversation, so I was fearing another little bird had met the same fate. Moving closer … Continue reading Learning to Fly