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Handwriting and letter formation doesn’t have to be boring!
This has to have been one of the most popular literacy rotations all year, so much so that my kids ask for these roll and write letters in their free play time 😂
I posted these in my stories a little while back and so many people asked me where to buy them. My school actually already had a set of these but I know there are similar ones on @modernteaching too! ✌🏼🔡☀️
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k so I’m double posting today, but idc, I’m proud of myself and I just want all of Instagram to know 🤣🤷🏻♀️🥳
the left pic is from March, so 7 months ago, and the right was from this morning.
I’ve lost 37 pounds, but I can’t even begin to tell you what I’ve gained mentally and emotionally over the past 7 months. ❤️
This term, year 12 are studying a module, Texts and Human Experiences. Hurrah! Works for me—virtually all texts explore this, and what fun it is to pull texts off your bookshelf and post-it pages that you’ll use in class. “In this common module students deepen their understanding of how texts represent individual and collective human experiences. They examine how texts represent human qualities and emotions associated with, or arising from, these experiences...students explore how texts may give insight into the anomalies, paradoxes and inconsistencies in human behaviour and motivations, inviting the responder to see the world differently, to challenge assumptions, ignite new ideas or reflect personally.”
What texts would your teenage self wish to immerse yourself in if you were studying this module?
Urlaub und Sonnenbrand dennoch darf das Bizeps Training nicht fehlen!