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Hillbilly Baby At The Library!

Hillbilly Baby At The Library!

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Hillbilly Baby Loves the Library What? It’s closed? Oh, No! Oh, Whoops! (he he he) Quiet Please Bye! See you soon! Make sure you stop in at the library today You will be glad you did. Bye-bye! See you soon Thanks for watching Thanks for watching

5 Best Books to Read 📚

5 Best Books to Read 📚

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Hi everyone! Welcome back to Lavendaire. Today we’re talking about the five must-read books in 2017. These are all books that have heavily impacted my life. They’re my absolute favorite books, and they’re books that I think have enough variety, enough to enhance your life in different areas. So let’s jump in. The first must-read […]

THOMAS’ SNOWSUIT – KIDS BOOK READ ALOUD – ROBERT MUNSCH | library storybook for kids & children

THOMAS’ SNOWSUIT – KIDS BOOK READ ALOUD – ROBERT MUNSCH | library storybook for kids & children

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Today we’re going to read Thomas’ Snowsuit by Robert Munsch and illustrated by Michael Martchenko. One day, Thomas’ mother bought him a nice new brown snowsuit. When Thomas saw that snowsuit he said, “That is the ugliest thing I have ever seen in my life. If you think that I am going to wear that […]

How to Learn Faster with the Feynman Technique (Example Included)

How to Learn Faster with the Feynman Technique (Example Included)

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There’s this pretty well known quote that gets thrown around a lot and it’s often attributed to Albert Einstein and it goes, Now whether or not Einstein was the person who actually said this, let’s be real he probably wasn’t, it’s still really insightful and reversing it reveals a pretty powerful piece of study advice. […]

Unleashed Drum Studio – Remote Recording Trailer

Unleashed Drum Studio – Remote Recording Trailer

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The 10 Best Study Techniques According to Science | Study Arata 16

The 10 Best Study Techniques According to Science | Study Arata 16

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Study Arata! Why do you often spend several hours studying for an exam … and in the end get a lower grade than someone else who studied less time, but did better? Everyone who has prepared for an exam knows well that studying is one thing, learning is another. Spending hours watching classes or reading […]

How To Study LESS & Still Get GOOD MARKS | #Students #ProductiveStudy #Hacks #Tips #  ABetterLife

How To Study LESS & Still Get GOOD MARKS | #Students #ProductiveStudy #Hacks #Tips # ABetterLife

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If you remain busy all day long and at the end found nothing fruitful this means that yes you’re busy but not productive yet Imagine a situation in which you’re putting 100% of your efforts in wrong direction and the resultant is you’ll reach in a wrong direction which is far away from your destination […]

Books for the Workshop!

Books for the Workshop!

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Hey guys! Aaron here from Gough Custom! I got asked a great question a little while ago, which was whether or not I have any book recommendations! And as it happens I think there are a number of really useful books that relate to both the workshop stuff and to, you know, knifemaking in general. […]

Vocabulary Builder: Erudite | Words Series | The Princeton Review

Vocabulary Builder: Erudite | Words Series | The Princeton Review

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Vocabulary Builder Erudite Word Series The Princeton Review Welcome to The Princeton Review’s latest “Word of the Day!” video. If you’re watching this, you probably want to build your vocabulary, or ace the SAT or ACT, or maybe you’re just ERUDITE — or all of the above! Not coincidentally, ERUDITE is today’s word. It even […]

Motivating Students With Book Choice

Motivating Students With Book Choice

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>>Cathrine: Can somebody read that learning target for me?>>Student: I can participate wholly and mindfully in my book club discussion.>>Dr Cantor: When teachers enable choice, they’re setting in motion a child’s ability to direct interest towards something that matters to them. If we can capitalize on the interests that a child has, what we’ve done […]