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Creative Technology Programs for Elementary Schools (Junior High, Too)

Creative Technology Programs for Elementary Schools (Junior High, Too) | June's Journal image 1

I’m tech savvy by trade.  I’m also “mommy” to a bright and creative third-grader. So I take note when I come across cool technology programs for schools.  Below, I list some along with related articles full of tips and resources. Class Education for Today’s Schools The first two listed (WeVideo and GoAnimate) cultivate the creative…

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Repost: Dove Real Beauty Sketches

Repost:  Dove Real Beauty Sketches | June's Journal image 2

[color-box]Editor’s Note:  It’s often said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Many of us need to view ourselves more as those who behold us, as this Dove video illustrates. I first learned of this video from my co-worker Rachael who passed away earlier this year. She sent me a link to this…

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Repost: Can you be a lady without being modest?

Repost: Can you be a lady without being modest? | June's Journal image 1

[Editor’s Note:  This is a Reblog. Read Chelsea’s original post in its entirety over at More Like Momma.] I saw a girl over my lunch break the other day that was wearing a teeny-tiny little dress.  It was a strapless dress that she kept tugging to stay up, and it barely covered her bottom when she sat down. …

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Join Joshua’s Journey to Wellness (Continued)

Join Joshua's Journey to Wellness (Continued) | June's Journal image 1

There are many different volunteer tasks needed for Joshua Sanderson.  You can help monthly, weekly, or daily. First, here’s a glimpse into Joshua’s typical day: 3 meals and 2 snacks 40 respiratory masks 15 CO2 treatments 2 hours respiratory patterning Read books Learn math Practice facilitated communication 15 physical therapy circuits 1 hour patterning Play…

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