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So in my Government class, we were given a project to write our own Declaration of Independence to separate ourselves from our parents. Loved doing it! Even burned the edges of parchment paper to make it look old. Great project for Seniors in high school to do!


Lesson Deli: Revolutionary Thinking Maps: The Declaration of Independence

from MomJunction

How To Understand Teenage Brain Development?

How To Understand Teenage Brain. For later, although it feels sorta like NOW sometimes.


incorporate these into my phonics word wall and discuss words that are decodable in order to reinforce word attack skills. My students have always been taught sight reading so don't have decoding skills. Very limiting!!


Homeschool Teens Need a Preparing for Independence High School Curriculum for Faith, Finances, Future

Homeschool high schoolers need a firm foundation in apologetics, finances, and vocational exploration. It is all in one place! Preparing for Independence (apologetics from Good Answers PLUS 7 Sister's popular Financial Literacy from a Christian Perspective AND their entire Career Exploration curriculum. All in one place 10% off when you download it as Preparation for Independence Bundle!


"Mean girls go far in high school. Kind women go far in life." - Mandy Hale

from Breezy Special Ed

Stocking Task (aka Matching but with a Work Skill twist)

4 Stocking Tasks with pegboards (aka Matching but with a Work Skill twist) More

This book offers a smorgasbord of sensory-based interventions for use by educators, occupational therapists and parents. This practical and well-researched tool is unique by focusing on middle and high school students, whose sensory needs are often overlooked.


Terrific short Teacher Tube video explaining the American colonists' view: set to the music of "Too Late to Apologize."

from Busy Toddler

Pouring Station Activity for Toddlers

Pouring Station: a no cost, high fun toddler activity