Category Archives: Education

This catches you right in the heart. A great speech about what really matters…

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Mr. Morton was the subject of the sentence… : ) Cute video on subject and predicate

So thankful we have schools like this…our words inspire…our words create positive change

A True Cowboy…Buck (Documentary 2012)

What an amazing documentary that I had forgotten about. It reminded me of a quote that I came across quite some time ago, but stuck with me…

“If you try to break a horse, you may be able to ride it, but the horse will have lost its spirit. If you discover how to be in true relationship with a horse, it will give you the gift of its wildness and speed.”

This documentary is truly inspiring…

Dreams Come True–All They Need Is You…

Dreams Come True--All They Need Is You...

I’ve only just previewed this book, but love the theme. : ) Mike Dooley writes notes for the universe–an amazing gift he gives to thousands of people each and everyday. I subscribe to his notes and have a present in my inbox everyday that inspires and puts a smile on my face. A great leader, Mike Dooley just came out with this children’s book on amazon so I have to share the <3…

 

A short preview of the book…

“Say what you need to say”

I’ve been searching for a community based unit that might be a good option for the last term of my credential program…and came across this project.

I love how it promotes health and allows kids to be creative and inspire others.

They get to say what they mean to say… : )

And this video just makes me smile… : )

“It’s better to say too much than never to say what you mean to say…”

Jerry Spinelli–Stargirl

This book (Stargirl) inspires regardless of one’s age. A true testament to the importance of following your heart–and listening to what you believe. A great coming of age story–Jerry Spinelli is a masterful story teller. I implemented a literature unit using this book for a 6th grade classroom–they were engaged and interested which is sometimes hard to accomplish with “too cool” 6th graders.  : )

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