Carrie Lockwood

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RL.4.4 - Discover words that allude to Greek mythology with this free list and Quizlet from Enjoy Teaching.

Enjoy teaching mythology to your third, fourth, or fifth grade class. A short unit with character research, opinion writing, and vocabulary make it easy!

"People will always have opinions *about you.*  But you live for God -  He’s the only one who has intimate knowledge *of you.*" From this post: "The Great Challenge All Women Face -- and Why Women Need to Not Judge Each Other

"People will always have opinions *about you.* But you live for God - He’s the only one who has intimate knowledge *of you.*" From this post: "The Great Challenge All Women Face -- and Why Women Need to Not Judge Each Other by aftr

yeah, after a hard, long day, it's what always jolts me: Grace isn’t a mere Pollyanna feeling. It’s a *force* -- powerful force. As startling as the power of electricity. Grace always shocks. Grace always stuns. And Grace is always what we need. It’s there for everyone groping around in the dark:  *Turn toward Grace --  & you always turn on all the lights.*

Grace isn’t a Pollyanna feeling. It’s a *force* -- powerful force. Grace always shocks. Grace always stuns. And Grace is always what we need. It’s there for everyone groping around in the dark: *Turn toward Grace -- & you always turn on all the lights.

Give your students hands-on practice with literacy devices with these 8 figurative language puzzles. Students will read “Grandma’s Garden”, identif...

Give your students hands-on practice with literacy devices with these 8 figurative language puzzles. Students will read “Grandma’s Garden”, identify types of figurative language in the story, and then, define the literacy devices.