Tenderized cuts of beef, fried until crispy, and coated in a garlic and ginger sauce – 30 Minute Ginger Beef is an inexpensive dinner the whole family will love! 30 Minute Ginger Beef – I could eat this every day…
Trinidad Chicken Pelau recipe: A step by step guide on making the unofficial Trinidad national dish, pelau. A hearty one pot dish of caramelized chicken with rice and pigeon peas.
Are your students struggling with the basic multiplication facts? Are you pulling your hair out wondering what else you can possibly do? Let's go over some of the most common reasons that your students are having trouble with multiplication fact mastery and develop a plan for what you can do about it.
11 Ways to Master Multiplication! Mastering Multiplication facts is such an important skill in elementary. If students can master the basics, all other math concepts are so much easier to learn. Check out these engaging, effective and fun ways to build st
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Jamaican Oxtail Stew- This Braised Oxtail with butter beans has complex note from allspice but also that familiar garlic, thyme , onion medley. The end product tender flavorful meat.
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Math Workshop- this teacher explains exactly how she conducts her guided math lessons in her third grade classroom. (extremely informative post that includes a FREEBIE!) and now she also has detailed lesson plans!
70 cool math games, separated by grade level. An amazing list to help add excitement and fun to your math lessons. That equals more learning!
Part 2: Differentiated Math Instruction Meeting Students Where They Are [Read Part 1 here] In order to differentiate instruction, we need to get to know our students and work with them where they are. What does it mean to