Chevrolet Educator Discount

Chevrolet Educator Discount

Chevrolet Educator Discount

This post brought to you by Chevrolet. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Sallie Borrink Learning. When I was a classroom teacher, I was blessed with some fantastic parents and students. Starting with my student teaching experience and through a number of other positions, I received many thoughtful thank you gifts and (Continue reading…)

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Sallie’s Stack – 11.18.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Some links are blocked by email delivery systems and will only be seen on the actual website. Food For Thought My Top 50 Favorite Posts About Interest-Led Learning, Unschooling or Self-Directed Learning H.U.G. – The Transformation of U.S. Grant it’s a (Continue reading…)

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Christmas Number Ordering Math Center Activity

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Time to practice number ordering with this Christmas-themed number ordering math center activity! Students will order six sets of six cards each from least to greatest. They will record their answers on their sheet. The student recording page is provided in both color and black/white. This activity is part of my December Literacy and Math (Continue reading…)

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Sallie’s Stack – 11.16.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Some links are blocked by email delivery systems and will only be seen on the actual website. Food For Thought How Baby Boomers Ruined Parenting Forever The Typical Ages of Disequalibrium Joy Comes from Tossing Out the Maps Books to Read (Continue reading…)

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Christmas ABC Order Literacy Center Activity

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It’s time for Christmas-themed learning with this Christmas ABC Order Literacy Center Activity! Students will choose three cards to put in ABC order and record them on their sheet. They will then choose three different cards and do the same. They will repeat this four times until they have used all twelve cards. The student (Continue reading…)

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Sallie’s Stack – 11.15.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Some links are blocked by email delivery systems and will only be seen on the actual website. Food For Thought The Clutter Culture from UCLA Magazine Gus the Truck: A Metaphor for an Outdated Education System from Education Week Driven to (Continue reading…)

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Sallie’s Stack – 11.13.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Some links are blocked by email delivery systems and will only be seen on the actual website. Food For Thought Children of Civil War Veterans Still Walk Among Us, 150 Years After the War from National Geographic Typewriters are back, and (Continue reading…)

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Sallie’s Stack – 11.12.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Happy Wednesday! I’ve been wanting to formulate some kind of a daily post with a variety of links as I’ve done in the past. I often share links on my Facebook page, but I know many of my readers don’t use (Continue reading…)

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31 Days of Learning Differently Wrap-Up

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Today is Day 31! Whew! We made it! I sincerely hope you found at least a few posts in the 31 Days of Learning Differently series that encouraged you or provided you with a new insight about your child. I’ve tried to keep up with responding to comments, but I know I have missed some. (Continue reading…)

The Joys of a Differently-Wired Child

The Joys of a Differently-Wired Child

The Joys of a Differently-Wired Child

So far in the 31 Days of Learning Differently series we’ve focused a lot on the challenges of homeschooling and parenting a differently-wired child. As I was reading some comments earlier today, I realized that I needed to also write about the joys of having a child who fits this description. As I mentioned in (Continue reading…)