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perplexors | Perplexors Level D

perplexors | Perplexors Level D

Time to get into Back to School mode! Here's a #free #printable to get your childs brain moving from our Grid Perplexes Level A book. www.mindware.com

Time to get into Back to School mode! Here's a #free #printable to get your childs brain moving from our Grid Perplexes Level A book. www.mindware.com

6 alternatives to traditional homework assignments

6 alternatives to traditional homework assignments

Infographic for commonly confused (misspelled or misused) words. A helpful infographic from Your Dictionary. Perfect for the classroom!

Infographic for commonly confused (misspelled or misused) words. A helpful infographic from Your Dictionary. Perfect for the classroom!

British and American English - I love that Australian English is EXTREMELY similar to British English. I'd fit in over there :)

British and American English - I love that Australian English is EXTREMELY similar to British English. I'd fit in over there :)

perplexors | Perplexors Level C

perplexors | Perplexors Level C

These are fun simple puzzles I use to introduce logic puzzles.  They are great when we have some free time.All clipart ScrappinDoodles.com

These are fun simple puzzles I use to introduce logic puzzles. They are great when we have some free time.All clipart ScrappinDoodles.com

Logic puzzles. I love these things!

Logic puzzles. I love these things!

printable puzzles for adults | Logic Puzzle Template - PDF

printable puzzles for adults | Logic Puzzle Template - PDF

Quiet Games and Activities for Children with ADHD        “Odd, isn't it, how, as they gain experience, the senses become blunted. One must keep them up by making a game of it, like the boy, Kim, in Kipling. Do you enjoy Kipling?”      -A Study in Sherlock, “You’d Better Go in Disguise” by Alan Bradley (pg. 5).

Quiet Games and Activities for Children with ADHD “Odd, isn't it, how, as they gain experience, the senses become blunted. One must keep them up by making a game of it, like the boy, Kim, in Kipling. Do you enjoy Kipling?” -A Study in Sherlock, “You’d Better Go in Disguise” by Alan Bradley (pg. 5).

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