Friday Finds

Beats Workout and a Piano Puzzle

 

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Canva made a big announcement this week. They’re introducing Canva Print. You can now order print items from your Canva designs. This could be a great tool for creating postcards for student birthday’s, posters for recitals, fliers for marketing, and more!

 

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How one teacher does rotating lessons, explained in detail.

 

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My husband and I haven’t drunk pop (or “soda” depending on where you’re from) in years. Our beverages of choice most of the time are water and unsweet tea. On occasion, I drink a single cup of hot tea and love using this tea stick.

 

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The second season of Malcolm Gladwell’s interesting summer podcast series, Revisionist History, is up and running. We’re three episodes in and my favorite so far is episode one. It’s a nice change of pace from the podcasts I listen to on a regular basis.

 

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A super cute visual lesson plan for students to use to help map the order of their lesson activities. Piano Puzzle Lesson Plan by San Antonio teacher Karen Lien.

 

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I may not have children of my own, but I still enjoy reading on parenting and pondering things that would be important to me in raising my children if I were a parent. A Rallying Cry to End the Overwhelm of Toys.

 

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Feeling frustrated, down, annoyed, or angry about something? Gretchen Rubin has great advice on a simple question to ask yourself in Identify the Problem.

 

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All about Micro Meal Planning and Why It Might Be Right for You. I do this often. With just the two of us, it seems like if I plan out a full week of meals, something always happens and we don’t get to cook them all. This can sometimes result in produce going bad. I’m at the point where I only plan 2-3 meals at a time.

 

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A workout using bongo drums featured on Kelly and Ryan.

 

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