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Remember that with the so many worksheets available, choose one that is best suited for a certain lesson. Plan ahead what type of worksheet to use for a given day, depending on what you plan to teach.
Determine if there are items in your home that can be sold to help make ends meet. You generally make more money with big ticket items, such as jewelry and tools. Pawn shops, like C & L Gold & Diamond Brokers, hold the merchandise for a set amount of time. This will allow you a little leeway to get your finances in order and purchase those items back from the store. You can also consider selling other items like extra furniture to a consignment store. If you have clothing that you dont need, try selling it to a used clothing store.
7. Collaborative solutions -- Let children come up with solutions for problems via your guidance and supervision. Try to allow children to work out problems with each other on their own before you intervene. If you do have to intervene, do so by asking questions rather than giving answers and always encourage respect.
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