Beth Liebermann

Beth Liebermann

Beth Liebermann
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science x art= love  dye paper with red cabbage juice and then paint it with acid or base solutions like lemon juice, vinegar, or baking soda in water to create different colors! (Homemade litmus tests!)

science x art= love dye paper with red cabbage juice and then paint it with acid or base solutions like lemon juice, vinegar, or baking soda in water to create different colors!

Prosciutto Wrapped Parmesan, Pears, and Greens ~ A slice of prosciutto rolled around a bunch of mixed greens that has been tossed in a light honey-dijon vinaigrette, layered with fresh pears and parmesan cheese slices ~ The Complete Savorist

Prosciutto Wrapped Parmesan, Pears, and Greens ~ A slice of prosciutto rolled around a bunch of mixed greens that has been tossed in a light honey-dijon vinaigrette, layered with fresh pears and parmesan cheese slices ~ The Complete Savorist:

This What time is it Mr.Wolf? game allows your students to practice reading their analogue times for the o'lcock, half past, quarter past and quarter to times while having ALOT of fun!I've been playing this game with my second graders for three years now and they've ben LOVING it, so I thought I would share it with you all!All instructions and materials needed.

I'd like to print out some clock/time flashcards so that the "wolf" would have to read the time aloud instead of simply inventing it.