reachfortheheavens
its-your-lifee-live-it:

exceptence:

enjoythenaivety:

cherry-and-also-bomb:

youandiaregonnalivef0rever:

exp3ctopatr0num:

Teddy Roosevelt’s diary entry from the day his wife died. He never spoke of her death again.
Quite possibly my favorite post on tumblr.

Instant reblog, favourite post, easily

its on valentines day </3 aww :(

that’s well cute

x

His mother died the exact same day …

its-your-lifee-live-it:

exceptence:

enjoythenaivety:

cherry-and-also-bomb:

youandiaregonnalivef0rever:

exp3ctopatr0num:

Teddy Roosevelt’s diary entry from the day his wife died. He never spoke of her death again.

Quite possibly my favorite post on tumblr.

Instant reblog, favourite post, easily

its on valentines day </3 aww :(

that’s well cute

x

His mother died the exact same day …

diy
meganleppla:

Clay Play
 
Why?Play and experimentation have proven to be a crucial part of learning. There are many ways to “make clay”, and the opportunities for iteration and experimentation provide the perfect framework for learning through play. Of course, the good stuff simply comes right out of the ground, but sculptors and builders alike utilize synthetics (like plaster, cement, or other modeling compounds) for getting the job done. Many recipes exist for making your own clay, and varying ingredients can have a wide range of results. Try a few different recipes, tweak ratios, and invent your ideal modeling material. 
What else?Playing with clay can lead to all sorts of new theories on matter. Consider how many ways you can manipulate ingredients to come up with a new substance. More curriculum connectors can be found here.

meganleppla:

Clay Play

 

Why?
Play and experimentation have proven to be a crucial part of learning. There are many ways to “make clay”, and the opportunities for iteration and experimentation provide the perfect framework for learning through play. Of course, the good stuff simply comes right out of the ground, but sculptors and builders alike utilize synthetics (like plaster, cement, or other modeling compounds) for getting the job done. Many recipes exist for making your own clay, and varying ingredients can have a wide range of results. Try a few different recipes, tweak ratios, and invent your ideal modeling material. 

What else?
Playing with clay can lead to all sorts of new theories on matter. Consider how many ways you can manipulate ingredients to come up with a new substance. More curriculum connectors can be found here.

photojojo

photojojo:

Though photojournalists are increasingly facing challenges in today’s tech-oriented economy, it hasn’t stopped them from creating remarkable work. 

The National Press Photographer’s Association just released their yearly roundup of the best shots captured by journalists from across the world.

Check Out the Best Photojournalism of 2013

Photos by Patrick Smith (top) and John Tlumacki / via The New York Times