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How to teach kids about Ash Wednesday?

17 Feb

What is Ash Wednesday?

Ash Wednesday is the beginning of Lent. Ash Wednesday is observed by fasting, abstinence from meat and repentance.

Lent : Lent start on Ash Wednesday and it occurs 40 days ( not counting sundays) before Easter. People attend mass on this day. Ashes are placed on the forehead in the sign of a cross as a sign of repentance.

Ashes : Ashes are gathered from the burning of the previous year’s palms from Palm sunday.

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Spelling website

19 May

http://www.spellingcity.com
http://www.zaner-bloser.com/media/zb/zaner-bloser/spellingconnections/practice-pages.html
http://www.spelling.hemscott.net/#top
http://freehomeschoolresources.info/free-resources/printable-spelling-worksheets/free-printable-spelling-lists/
http://abcfastphonics.com/

Free Spelling ebooks

These are public domain books from Google Books. They are downloadable as PDF files and can be printed out as needed.
Go to http://books.google.com/
and type, search below topics.

McGuffey’s Eclectic Spelling Book

The North American Spelling Book

Word Lessons

Paid spelling lesson : This one really work, please start from level 1 to get better benefit.
http://www.allaboutlearningpress.com/phonogram-sounds-app/

Kind & Bold

A blog about humans and their thoughts, success, change, life, love, help, support, motivation, inspiration, guidance, control, morality, ethics & fun.

Read... Write... Talk...

Reading, Writing, Sharing is what its all about!

Thefrugalcrafter's Weblog

Groovy craft projects, crafty recipes and other artsy stuff.

Craft and Travel

Travel the world through art, craft, design & fashion.

Savvy n Sassy

For all your Ribbon needs!

Laundry On Sundaes

Every beginning is only a sequel, after all, and the book of events is always open halfway through.

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how to look spectacular at astonishing prices

You Look Tired!

One Mother's Journey

Educating Sausages

A little story of two home educated sausages

The Library Detective

I call myself the Library Detective because I can find the answers to any question you can think of, or at least I can point you in the right direction. The Library Detective column first appeared in a local Southern New England newspaper called The Woman's Page.

TOKIDOKI (NOMAD)

a world travel photo blog by Jackie Hadel

Ryan Boren

non-compliant neurodivergent

The Gravel Ghost

A Storyteller's View

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