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Fudgy Black Bean Brownies

Fudgy Black Bean Brownies --- going to try substituting coconut oil or unsweetened applesauce or both for the canola oil.

Beautiful Op Art! Well-done Jamestown Elementary

grade artists learned about Op Art . They learned about how sometimes it is meant to be an optical illusion and sometimes it is just me.

"If any of you need wisdom, ask God who gives generously to all." - James 1:5 // Daily Bible verse art // Godsfingerprints.net

"If any of you need wisdom, ask God who gives generously to all." - James God, the Counselor is my therapist ;) He understands all human situations

Paper mache a balloon, pop the balloon, add string and a basket! Love these!

Paint balloon using color schemes. Tie in with weaving or coiling for th basket. Paper mache a balloon, pop the balloon, add string and a basket for spring class crafts. Could go great as a bulletin board theme (Kid's Soaring to New Heights in Reading.

Student autobiographies..love this for the first week of school. Possibly have 2 writing samples one from beginning of year and one from the end?

love this for the first week of school. Have kids interview each other, create a silhouette, and write a brief bio of their partner. Possibly have 2 writing samples one from beginning of year and one from the end?

Diane Salter - A New Step-by-Step Tutorial for 2015 including the use of Gelli painted papers! And then I cut up the blocked-out segments of the cat and numbered them--making it much easier to cut out the same pieces with my paper--

Original pinner sez: Diane Salter - A New Step-by-Step Tutorial for 2015 including the use of Gelli painted papers! And then I cut up the blocked-out segments of the cat and numbered them--making it much easier to cut out the same pieces with my paper--

This is one of the best ideas! I purchased these containers from Staples. No more dice rolling all over the room! "Shake, shake, shake, read!" A must-do for Everyday Math teachers!

Simple solution to all your dice problems! Stick two dice in a small tupperware container. Have the children shake the container and look at the dice. No "throwing" dice or losing them either. I will probably use foam dice as they are noiseless.