A Poem, photos, and fun facts about the wild morning glory.
Thinking about going to a writer's conference sometime in the future? Let me tell you about my experience at my very first one.
Crazy weather! Hubber billybuc is basking in mid-50s temps in WA state. Just Ask Susan is shivering at minus 26 in Canada. It's the Siberian Express, and many of us need a good new hot soup recipe.
Why do daredevils risk life and limb to do what they do? And why do we watch?
Broccoli is one of the world's most perfect foods. Include it in a tasty sweet and tangy salad along with a host of other healthy ingredients
I love Wisteria in the spring. But did you know it is an invasive species? This lovely plant, along with other elegant plants is on the invasive species list in the Southeastern United States.
Need cupcakes for a class, church or scout party? Don't take the same old cupckes you always make. Try something different this year with our version of Santa hat cupcakes.
Most everyone is familiar with teacher Appreciation week, what they may not be aware of is World Teachers' Day. Includes a list of Hubbers who are active or retired teachers.
Back in the 1960s and 1970s, congealed salads were popular for various dining events. An unfortunate accident led me to discover a retro gelatin recipe, lime Bavarian salad.
Persimmons are a sweet fruit when really really ripe. Try them in a salsa for salmon or fish instead of mangoes.
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The author uses personification to persuade others to use the goldenrod as more of a garden flower rather than just a weed. Many benefits of goldenrod are listed.
There is no need to compromise flavor and attractive foods because of little time to cook. Frozen meat recipes can save dollars on your food budget and time in the kitchen.
Dyslexia is a special type of learning disability that causes otherwise intelligent individuals to have problems reading the written language. Learn the early warning signs and best ways to remediate dyslexia
What exactly is a tough kid? Do some new teachers actually leave the profession because of tough kids? If yes, what can be done to keep this from happening?
Kids bored? Make these solar system cupcakes, then jump on the internet and check out all the great interactive space sites!
Keep the kitchen cool this Summer with a tasty Hawaiian tuna pasta salad. Requiring little cooking, it is cheap to make and really healthy.
Similar to autism, childhood disintegrative disorder is a rare disorder that affects about 2 in 100,000 births. It is especially devastating because of the late onset of autistic-like symptoms.
Can street art be considered as a form of art? Is all Graffiti vandalism? Where to we draw the line?
Rett Syndrome is a Pervasive Developmental Disorder that is only seen in girls. It is the rarest and most debilitating PDD. Read about the signs and stages of symptoms and a possible cure.
What is "Summer slide" and how does it affect the reading skills of middle and high school students? This article gives 10 good reasons to read over the Summer and how to make it fun. Good hints for students...
Without flowering plants the whole structure of the flora and fauna kingdoms would be drastically altered. Learn about the "sex life" of flowering plants in a light,fun way, and how you can help them pollinate.
Asperger's syndrome is more common than you think. This article gives an overview of the communication and socialization disorder from early childhood to adulthood.
Toe nail fungus is an embarrassing problem, especially during Summer. Many topical products have a low success rate and oral medication can interact with a number of drugs, vitamins and herbs. But with time and...
Will the real Dandelion please stand up? These impostors look like Dandelions, but they're not. What are they? Are they edible like Dandelions? Read and find out!
These DIY hair conditioners, facial masks and skin softeners use products that you already have in your kitchen cabinet. Turn your bathroom into a spa for Mom's Day and pamper yourself from head to toe. Make up tips and...
Approximately 75% of American adults need vision correction of some kind. How do you fit in that category? Do you hate glasses or contacts but don't want vision correction surgery? This article will help you debate your...
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Read about an endangered tree in observance of Earth Day and Arbor Day in April. The Eastern and Carolina Hemlocks are known as the "redwoods of the East" are in trouble.
Today's technology makes video recording a breeze and is invaluable in the classroom for teaching autistic children. This article describes video modeling, explains the value and the process.
It's that time of year. Achievement tests, graduation tests and other "high stakes" testing will soon begin. This article discusses reducing test anxiety for students, especially those with learning...
This article lists the various disabilities prevalent in schools. Technology tools in the way of assistive devises are featured.
From Horses to Hermit Crabs, there is a pet for everyone. Just consider space, time and expense.
Signs and symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder for infants through adults are given. Information provided on what to do if you have a child diagnosed with ASD.
This article explains the advantages of cooperative learning and how it can be useful in any classroom. Problems encountered and strategies for overcoming them are included.
This article discusses use of common metaphors Melting Pot and Salad Bowl in describing assimilation and diversity for American immigrants.But what is tomato soup and how does the term relate to immigrants?
Tips and new technology available for pet clean-up. Includes cleaning after dogs,cats,birds and fish.
An article that compares home kits and cosmetic dentistry whitening methods. Also includes "folk remedies" for tooth whitening such as brushing with banana peel!
This article addresses legal and medical problems of text messaging while driving. Parental guidance and technology solutions for parents are addressed.
rebeccamealey explains how the SMART goal-setting technique used in the business and educational world can help us achieve our personal New Year's resolutions.
It's a party! Ring out the old and ring in the new with these yummy classic cocktails.
Former Early Childhood teacher shares ideas for a Christmas Around the World Thematic Unit. Thematic units incorporate basic Math and Language skills into a theme of interest and makes learning more fun!
Thanksgiving is a busy time, and promises to get busier as the Winter Holidays approach quickly. These Thanksgiving crafts for children are easy to prepare for and look great!
Due to distance Thanksgiving may be one of the few days a year the extended family gets together. Try this idea to create a special family keepsake.
Are you keeping up with the ever-changing technology of today? This article gives some hints to help you avoid becoming a "tech 'tard"
Changes in styles of clothing, art, music reflect social and cultural history. This article explains how classic and modern furniture styles are influenced by the same.
This article explains how easy it is to care for Hydrangeas and tips for enjoying their beauty all year long as they fade away for the season. Information on preserving, drying and winterizing is included.
Summer is getting farther and farther away as the end of the year approaches. Remember the sights, smells, taste and sounds of the summer with an article written about a day on the beach.
Halloween is around the corner, but there is still time to plan a great party. Here are some party theme ideas, spooky food and lots of witch's brew recipes.