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Want to work out but sick of your usual routine? Have a little fun when you use our name chart! Perform each exercise associated with each letter in your first, middle and last name. We promise you'll be sweating! Womanista.com

Spell Your Name & Do The Workout

Want to work out but sick of your usual routine? Have a little fun when you use our name chart! Perform each exercise associated with each letter in your first, middle and last name. We promise you'll be sweating! Womanista.com

Simple explanations for complex equations, although E=MC² has more to do with energy and mass equivalency/conversion than anything else.

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Simple explanations for complex equations, although E=MC² has more to do with energy and mass equivalency/conversion than anything else.

STRAW WAVES - HOW TO Only two materials needed. Perfect teaching tools for demonstrating the movement of waves, and frequency.

STRAW WAVES - HOW TO Only two materials needed. Perfect teaching tools for demonstrating the movement of waves, and frequency.

This super easy science experiment has some AMAZING results!

The Science of Sound Waves: An Awesome Experiment for Kids

Tumblr on the physics of sound: | 19 Times Tumblr Asked The Really Important Questions

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Tumblr on the physics of sound: | 19 Times Tumblr Asked The Really Important Questions

Phonics board linked to RWI. Children look at the picture say the word then use the letters to help sound out the word. I start this with just asking for the initial sound of a word (the other letters are already there) then build up to initial and end, then finally the whole word.

Phonics board linked to RWI. Children look at the picture say the word then use the letters to help sound out the word. I start this with just asking for the initial sound of a word (the other letters are already there) then build up to initial and end, then finally the whole word.

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