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Activity for ages 4 to 7. LEGO fans will love these playful addition and subtraction game boards. They’re a motivating way to work on addition to five, subtraction within five and practicing addition and subtraction at the same time. Grab your free set (below) and then pick up even more K-2 math activities kids will love! …

Activity for ages 4 to 7. LEGO fans will love these playful addition and subtraction game boards. They’re a motivating way to work on addition to five, subtraction within five and practicing addition and subtraction at the same time. Grab your free set (below) and then pick up even more K-2 math activities kids will love! …

Bart Simpsons Chalkboard

Bart Simpsons Chalkboard

Bart Simpsons Chalkboard

Bart Simpsons Chalkboard

I was born in 1935. The first games I played were based most of all on war. My toys were piles of objects found in the house, which represented weapons. For example, a bean became a bullet, a broomstick and a box held together with a rubber band became a rifle, a rolled-up piece of paper tied to a stool was a cannon, a saucepan was a helmet, two pieces of wood nailed together were a sabre, three pieces of wood an aeroplane and so on. The way I played with other children was...

I was born in 1935. The first games I played were based most of all on war. My toys were piles of objects found in the house, which represented weapons. For example, a bean became a bullet, a broomstick and a box held together with a rubber band became a rifle, a rolled-up piece of paper tied to a stool was a cannon, a saucepan was a helmet, two pieces of wood nailed together were a sabre, three pieces of wood an aeroplane and so on. The way I played with other children was...

An Unquiet History of Libraries and Navigating Knowledge, from Alexandria to the Internet | Brain Pickings

An Unquiet History of Libraries and Navigating Knowledge, from Alexandria to the Internet | Brain Pickings

Pino Pascali

Pino Pascali

Erasmus in Cracovia

Erasmus in Cracovia

No masterpiece was ever created by a lazy artist - a quote by Salvador Dali

No masterpiece was ever created by a lazy artist - a quote by Salvador Dali