A Well-Read Woman is Dangerous

Well, that title caught your attention. Sorry, but my image and quote for this month's book reviews made me laugh.
A well-read woman is a dangerous creature.

I seriously love it when someone tries to argue with me. I read a variety of book genres. I read newspapers and magazines. I mean, don't even try to argue with me about the Mueller Report. I read it.

Basically, if you want to argue like a pro- Read. A. Lot.

My book choices this month are so diverse! Memoir, historical fiction, family fiction, and how to brew beer fiction. (That last one was my favorite!)

Book Reviews- a memoir, historical fiction, two family dramas, and The Lager Queen of Minnesota. All great reads. Check this post for the details.


Save Time & Money with These Teacher Hacks

Do you love reading about teacher hacks like I do? I mean I love those posts- whether it is shopping hacks, organizational hacks, or management hacks. I love them all!

Now, to be honest, when I moved to the STEM Specialist position I continued with a few organizational methods and management methods that I had used in the regular classroom. I also learned the hard way that I was going to need some STEM Teacher hacks right away!

After six years, boy do I have some things to share with you! Some are major, some are tiny, some are silly. Some will save you money and others will save you time.

We can all get on board with that!

10 Teacher Hacks for the STEM Lab- This post has ideas and tips for making your lab life easier and maybe saving some money.


Ways I Can Help You with the Messes in STEM

Do you follow me on Instagram? If you do, you may note that almost all my photos are project-oriented or contain tips. The photos are typical of that platform. But, are they the truth?

Well, content-wise, the answer is yes. The words are the truth, but like most posts on Instagram, you are seeing the 'pretty' version. Mind you, I don't mean staged photos, just the photos that look the best out of the ten million I snapped.

So, if the photos are only the best ones, what do the rest look like?

Ha, I have a post for you about the messes we make and I am including tips for you about organization and clean up.

Ways to plan for those messy days and tips for things you can do in the STEM Lab!


Here is Why You Need to Build Towers

We build towers quite often! But, why? I have a few reasons.

First, let's see just how many different kinds of towers we have tried: are you ready for the number?

16. Sixteen. And that is not counting the ones we tried that were failures that I have never told you about. Yes, that has happened a few times.

Keep reading and I will explain why we build towers and share some of our unique types of towers.

STEM Challenges- 6 Reasons towers are important building structures in the STEM Lab. Resources and tower samples are included.

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