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  2. Barn converted into reception halls are becoming more common and very popular here in the midwest. There are some beautiful conversions...all heated and air conditioned. Is there a website for the venue? I wouldn't worry about wearing something particular for the setting. We have been to some wonderful and beautiful receptions in them that are very comfortable. The only caveat is if the barn is a private person's property and they are just dressing it up for that occasion...then that's another story.
  3. Sarah Ward is the guru you might be looking for. Love, love her stuff. If you can see her in person, don't miss it. Here are some links. The last two are found in an Autism forum but are relevant to anyone with EF challenges. Her 360 Degree Plan (Get Ready, Do, Done) is fantastic. The best I have seen for EF strategies. I also really like her time management strategies. If you google her name with "executive function" you will find many, many pdf handouts from her presentations. https://www.unl.edu/asdnetwork/“job-talkâ€-developing-independent-executive-function-skills https://www.unl.edu/asdnetwork/executive-functioning-skills-stop
  4. Thanks Ladies! I knew this was the place to ask. She has done the markers and played around with various nibs. I should have been more specific. Looking for pens with cartridges that you can switch out various sizes of nibs.
  5. Oh my! There are some pens on there that cost more than my car!! :scared:
  6. My dd (15yo) wants to learn calligraphy. Does anyone have suggestions for pens with cartridges that would be appropriate for a beginner? We tried what seemed like a nice set from Hobbly Lobby, but they weren't any good. She watched a bunch of youtube videos about what to do if you can't get the ink to flow. After trying everything, she gave up and we returned them.
  7. Paprika! Meal planning/grocery list/ recipe box. Love, love, love.
  8. PM'd you. I have them for sale if you are interested.
  9. Have you all seen this? We have been having so much fun with it. http://1aiway.com/nlp4net/services/enparser/
  10. I just got this email (copied and pasted below) yesterday evening. $24.99 seemed like a bargain to me. I am really anxious to watch them. We can't be everywhere at once, and neither can you. So let's compromise. Grab your favorite device and a delicious beverage and settle in for some fabulousLost Tools of Writing training from a CiRCE certified master teacher. In this video series, Matt Bianco, director of the Lost Tools of Writing for the CiRCE Institute, takes you through the program, offering the same sort of training you would find at any LTW workshop - only you can watch wherever and whenever you want for half the price of a regular workshop ticket. Watch them from the comfort of your own home; on your tablet, laptop, or smartphone; and while drinking coffee in your own living room. Shoot, you can watch it in your slippers if you want. You probably should, in fact! But however and wherever you watch, this video series is perfect for the teacher or parent who is new to the Lost Tools of Writing or who just wants a quick refresher before kicking off the new school year. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE 12 videos. Over 3 hours. Download or Stream!
  11. I struggled a bit with it at first because it was different than how I was taught, but I developed a huge appreciation for it. I really felt strongly that the conceptual approach was the way to go and we persisted. After doing Right Start it was a good fit and my kids did really well with it. Each of them took 2 years to get through it. We have finished with it and I am ready to sell it if anyone is looking. I have the DVD version Modules A-F. PM me if you are interested.
  12. We use this one. Add-A-Century. http://addacentury.com I like it because it is designed to be able to add on easily. Very handy for those very crowded years. It turns into quite the keepsake.
  13. This is my new "enthusiasm" of late. :001_smile: I have come across several fantastic resources lately. Nothing that is really a program or curriculum, but great for learning more about word study and doing "structured word inquiry." I really like Marcia Henry's book also. Real Spellers LEX (Linguist Educator eXchange) Word Worksingston Online Mini Matrix Maker Online Entomology Dictionary
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