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HYOUJIN 70% Real Hair Cosmetology Training Head 21 inch Hairdresser Mannequin Head with Clamp Styling Hair Comb Professional Hair Combs Set Cutting
My First Period Sampler Kit - Blue Gift Box
- Beautiful gift box full of a sampling of various products for a girl's first period!
- Includes products from Always, Kotex, Stayfree and Scensibles
- Contents: U by Kotex Tween (16 pads), Always Radiant (48 liners, 14 pads, 2 wipes), Stayfree (18 pads), Scensibles disposal bags (3), carrying bag (style and color may vary).
Set of 5 Women's Yoga Sport Athletic Headband For Running Sports Travel Fitness Elastic Wicking Non Slip Style Bandana Basketball Headbands Headscarf fits all Men & Women
Andantino in the style of Martini
Handwriting Without Tears My Printing Book - Grade 1
- Sold as a Single Unit
- Created specifically for Grade 1 writing
- Used by Special Needs Therapist to help children learn to write neatly and legibly
- From the award winning Abilitations line of Special Needs Toys and Resources
- Easy to learn steps for printing
NEW! 24 Count Community Coffee Flavor Sampler - New Orleans style flavors!
- Includes 24 Single-Serve Cups
- Rich, smooth taste made with 100% select Arabica coffee
- Hand-picked and packaged sampler
- Works in all Keurig Brewers (Including 2.0)
WalkingToSky 15.6 inch Leather Vintage Messenger Bag for Men and Women, Canvas Back to School Satchel Laptops Bag Grey
- MATERIAL AND VINTAGE STYLE: The bag is made of cowhide leather and canvas fabric. Crazy house leather with disorderly wrinkles, scars, scratches that present the style of retro and wildness. it also have a strong self-recover ability, after a period placement the scars will disappear, or you can smear some hand cream on the scratches to help it quick recover.
- SLIM BUT LARGE CAPACITY: - Seven Internal pockets: 1 x Main storage compartment with zipper enough for books,glasses,umbrellas etc.,1 x thick foam padded laptop compartment with velcro closure fits up to 15.6 inch laptop, 1 x zipper private pocket. 2 x pen pockets, 2 x cellphone pockets ; - Three External pockets: 2 x front pockets for iPad mini, 1 x back pocket with magnetic closure for A4 documents.
- OUR IMPROVEMENT: The bag has been modernized to use bronze push button closure. Neither as brass buckles difficult to close nor as magnetic buckles easy to loose or broken. Shockproof Laptop Sleeve and new structure of inner compartments to protect your laptop efficiently.
- STYLISH MULTI-USE: The bag can be carried by the handle, worn on shoulders, and positioned across body. Real leather handle with Widened and Thicked adjustable shoulder strap(2"(4.5cm) width X, 55" Length) makes the shoulder bag easier and comfortable to carry around. the shoulder strap can be removed, with the bag carried as a briefcase with a leather handle.
- A perfect heavy-duty shoulder laptop bags, school bag for men, women, teens, girls, boys, college students, business professionals. A perfect Satchel,Canvas messenger shoulder bag for school, working, traveling, shopping, leisure.
Purple Iridescent Faux Druzy 12mm silvertone stud earrings
- simple, clear guide to correct punctuation
- easy enough to use in school or college
- comprehensive enough to use in business
- examples of good and bad punctuation
- help selecting the right punctuation
Bottle Cap Epoxy Dot-Hipgirl 1" 200-piece Epoxy Dome Stickers Dots For Bottle Cap Pendants, Hair Bow, School DIY Crafts and Scrapbooks. Create 3d Looks, Alternative To Resin And Glazes. 1-inch, Clear.
- Color: Clear
- Style/Shape: Circle Epoxy Stickers
- Quantity: 200 Pieces
- Possible use: standard or flattened bottle cap pendants, charms, necklaces, refrig magnets, scrap books, unique jewelry beads, Great price for bulk and wholesale craft supplies
Homeschool Myths: Homeschool Parents Are Just Lazy
As the concept of homeschooling continues to ease back into the mainstream, where it began, more and more questions and myths seem to follow. A common myth that seems to follow many parents who decide to homeschool their kids is the concept of laziness.
I'm sorry if this offends anyone, but the first time I heard this question, I had to stifle a laugh. Well, at least I tried to anyway. Eventually, it did accidentally come out. How could taking on the responsibility of a teacher, in addition to normal parenting duties, be seen as lazy? Still, I listened to the misinformed woman express her concerns.
In a friendly disagreement with my actions, she was concerned that because I wanted to homeschool my children, that meant I really was just tired of transporting them back and forth from school, as if teaching them was somehow easier than that. I sincerely hope that she doesn't treat the difficult tasks her child's teachers face every day with the same disregard.
Perhaps people who make this assumption do not understand everything that a homeschooling parent has to do in a day, or even think about it. I would never call a parent who brings their child to public or private school lazy because parenting is still hard, either way. However, I can say from experience that adding on the responsibility of teaching is anything but laziness and it's definitely much harder than dropping them off at school.
Think about everything you can that involves teaching for a moment. There are kids to instruct, supplies to ready daily, lessons to be planned, papers to grade, activities to plan, field trips to make, supplies to keep stocked, and the list goes on quite extensively. When thinking about this, compare to it the small task of picking up and dropping off kids from school daily. There is no comparison.
This myth pretty much falls flat from the start to anyone who takes a moment to consider it, but for some reason, it still comes up in discussion often. As with any situation, there are likely exceptions to the rule, where a parent withdraws their child from school for the wrong reasons and doesn't teach them or has good intentions, but doesn't follow through. However, I wouldn't label that homeschooling. I'd instead label it educational neglect, which is a whole separate issue and is not representative of the majority of home schools.
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