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The Zen of Grown Up Coloring

As much as the world has come to depend on technology, I sometimes find myself wondering if it’s a blessing or a curse. The benefits gained as a result of computers, smartphones, and tablets are irrefutable; however, these things have also ushered in the era of being connected 24x7x365. 673 more words

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Top 5 Reasons To Run or Walk in the Day One 5K

Still haven’t registered for the Day One 5K on April 12? Time is running out! It’s going to be a great day on a beautiful course through the East Side of Providence. 197 more words

Day One

Explore the Moon's Phases

This self-paced activity lets students explore the phases of the moon. It is aligned to the CT grade 5 science curriculum.

Students can:

  • Use a slider to observe the moon as it transitions through its phases…
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What's your habit personality?

Gretchen Rubin—author of the bestselling book The Happiness Project—has turned her investigator’s eye to the “invisible architecture of everyday life” in her latest book, … 153 more words

Weight In Balance

Socrative Polling

An easy classroom polling solution which supports BYOD and mobile platforms, and doesn’t require student logins or accounts to use. www.socrative.com

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Did you know....






  • An estimated 200,000 of the 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s are under the age of 65. Many are in their 40s and 50s.
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Fog: It's Not Just a Weather Condition

I’m frequently asked, “how have you been” or “how are you feeling?” or “how was your day?” My most frequent response is a little foggy.” 335 more words

Alzheimer's

Ann Napoletan reblogged this on The Long and Winding Road... and commented:

A brilliant piece by Brian LeBlanc, who is living with young onset Alzheimer's. When I think back to my mom in terms of what Brian is describing, it all makes sense. The moments of clarity. The fog rolling in and out. Never knowing when it will come or go. Thank you, Brian, for helping us understand, because understanding makes us better caregivers.