Monthly Archive: March 2014

Mar 03

Pinterest Project: Erupting Snow

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We’ve been struck by another round of winter weather and have been a little house bound the last few days.  Daddy even got some snow days off work so we have really enjoyed having him home with us! The weather was frigid today, in the teen’s most of the day with a wind chill below …

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Mar 02

West Fork Oak Creek Trail: Where Fall Colors Pop

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My wife and I were able to see a lot of wonderful things on our trip to Red Rock Country in Arizona, but by far the best part of it was a trip down West Fork Oak Creek Trail.  The trail is moderately difficult, it is 6 miles in length but the miles will go …

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Mar 01

Teaching Tip: Current Events is a great Teaching Tool

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Teaching Tip: Current Events is a great Teaching Tool As a history teacher doing battle every day trying to get students to care about the past when they are so busy tweeting, doing status updates, and sending 100s of text messages per hour on their cellphones getting them to care about the past can be …

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