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With the beginning of Lent, things have slowed down a bit, allowing us all to catch our breath before the spring social season kicks into high gear. They make nonprofits, schools, churches, hospitals and a host of other enterprises run more smoothly.
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Earlier today, we shared FYA HQ’s favorite books of this past year. In order to participate, first check out the FYA Faves of 2017 post.
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Before 2018 gets roaring at full tilt, let's look back at some of the highlights of 2017. Goodness knows, there were lots of celebrations leading up the big day, and 2018 promises to be a busy year, as well.
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In addition to yearning for YA books—the more dystopian or fantastical, the better—she can also be found swooning over superheroes, dreaming of The Doctor and grinning at GIFs.I hope you've been good and don't end up with switches in your stocking!Most likely, you've been too busy hopping from one Christmas party to t… During all the hustle and bustle of shopping and wrapping and baking and decorating in preparation for the big day, take a deep breath, look around and remember the reason for the season. Last Friday was World AIDS Day and as part of its commemoration, HAART is holding its seventh annual HIV Awareness Poster Contest.Have an adult write the name of each child on the outside of the bag.I am sure the kiddos could write their own name, but having an adult write it ensures the name on the bag will be easy to read.The teacher can also stick their treat for the kiddos in the bags.When the party is over, staple the bags shut and the kiddos can carry them home on the bus.I wanted to give you some classroom party ideas that have worked from both a former room mom prospective as well as the teacher prospective. Get your ideas now and be stress free when planning for the Holidays.So grab a mug of hot chocolate and let’s get this party started.Go to you local grocery store and ask for enough brown bags for each child in your classroom and one for the teacher.You could either have the kiddos decorate them or you could simply print, cut, and glue a snowman to the bag.