Posted on December 9, 2013 by ritasimsan
Enjoy singing this classic Christmas song along with Michael Buble’ and Bing Crosby. But, first, fill in the missing lyrics by listening to the video and selecting the correct responses on the multiple choice form below it. Have fun with this exercise, and have a merry Christmas!
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Posted on December 8, 2013 by ritasimsan
Teachers have asked me to share some of the Christmas and winter songs I’ve put together over the past few years, so to start with, here’s the popular sing-along, The 12 Days of Christmas. I hope you enjoy singing along with it.
12 Days of Christmas (Re-post)
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Posted on December 2, 2013 by ritasimsan
Posted on December 1, 2013 by ritasimsan
No model is exactly what we are looking for but rather the start of what can be as we take it, shape it, grow and develop it from good to better to best…to date. How exciting it is to nurture a work of love!
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Posted on November 30, 2013 by ritasimsan
Mashable’s, “Everything You Need to Know About Gmail’s Latest Update”
What’s new with Gmail? Let’s see…ability to save all attachments in your Google Drive, action buttons by your email subject line making it easier to “take action” without even opening the message, ability to hand write your messages using your mouse or trackpad, new apps icon, the “look” of Gmail on your iPad, and a new login page. That’s enough for now, Google!
Thanks to Mashable.
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Posted on November 29, 2013 by ritasimsan
Thanks to Stephen Ransom for passing this information on.
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Posted on November 28, 2013 by ritasimsan
The lyrics to this song are beautiful and so very poetic. But there are two spelling errors somewhat “hidden” in plain sight. Can you find them? Check back tomorrow for the answers! (The answers are in the Comment section of this post. How did you do?)
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