"Cootie Catchers" are a favorite! These Star Finders are created for each month to help your students learn their way around the night sky by finding some of the constellations. Print some off and have them available for students who finish up work early. This is an activity found on NASA's Space Place
My name is difficult for people here to say and spell, so I’ve been called Catalin, Catharine and so I tried Cat and Cait, nope. Today when buying my bus ticket, they asked my name. I said “Catharine”. The guy looked at me and goes. “Your name is Christine. Put in Christine”. This is what his colleague then typed 😂😂 @globallearningpartnerships #rwanda#mzungulife#difficultname#teach#teacherlife#teacher#teachersofinstagram
Just to say a hello to all our lovely new followers! 🙌Thanks so much for stopping by. I have tonnes of summer holiday art project ideas for you and the little ones to get busy in the holidays. Is there anything in particular you would like to see content wise? Any art projects or materials you want to know more about? Would love to hear from you and what you would like to see here! Have a lovely sunny Monday! Thanks so much, Laura xxxxx
My husband and I renewed our vows on our anniversary this past Saturday in Paris at the same spot we got engaged 💕 it’s been an awesome end-of-summer vacation! I did lots of English teacher sorts of things in London too...I’ll sort that and post about it later. But for now I’m still dreamily living on this cloud ☁️
Cutest pen pouch ever! || Anyone else need this in their life? 😂💗🌮
All the heart eyes for this too perfect pouch from @krausmath 😍😍😍 Emily is the absolute best, y’all! #willteachfortacos
🇬🇧 I do not like forcing any specific order when it comes to tenses. It is usually learnt: PRESENT - PAST - FUTURE. As much as I am not too keen on this forced order, it is true I always begin with the present. Here you have the classification of verbs in spanish.
1⃣1st conjugation: verbs that end in -AR (cantar, bailar, jugar, hablar...)
2⃣2nd conjugation: verbs that end in -ER (beber, comer, correr, leer...)
3⃣3r conjugation: verbs that end in -IR (dormir, vivir, escribir...)
➡️ You are lucky because most of the verbs are regular so if you learn this endings, you can conjugate ALL verbs!😱💪
🇪🇸No me gusta forzar el orden en que enseño los tiempos verbales. Se suele enseñar PRESENTE - PASADO - FUTURO. Aunque no me gusta este orden forzado, es cierto que suelo empezar siempre por el presente. Aquí tienes la clasificación de los verbos regulares en español:
1⃣1a conjugación: verbos que terminan en -AR (cantar, bailar, jugar, hablar...)
2⃣2a conjugación: verbos que terminan en-ER (beber, comer, correr, leer...)
3⃣3a conjugación: verbos que terminan en -IR (dormir, vivir, escribir...)
➡️Estás de suerte por que la gran mayoria de verbos son regulares, por lo que si te aprendes esta clasificación podrás conjugar TODOS los verbos!😱💪
Seven days separate these two photos. SEVEN.
When I signed up for this early access test group I wasn’t sure what to expect. It’s completely different than any other program I’ve ever done. ▪️30 minute workouts, only 4 days a week.
▪️Easy to follow meal guide, with a treat meal.
▪️Preworkout, recovery formula, superfoods shake( my staples in life)
▪️weight training,cardio and abs all built into that 30 minutes.
SEVEN days in, working two 13 hour days...and I’m down 2 lbs already 🙌🏻 BUT even more importantly...I feel good! I feel healthier, and less sluggish 🙌🏻 It’s a sign that this program was meant for me in this exact moment of my life.
If you need a sign, maybe this is it too. Maybe you were meant to come across this and do this with me.I’m only a message or a comment away.