Connecting With Nature Boosts Creativity and Health
Nature deficit disorder is a real thing but the good news is, spending time in nature makes us more creative https://t.co/E1OgYJ8hE6
Lee Ann Spillane on Twitter: "NCTE was weeks ago, but I'm still thinking about what I learned as Ss and I get ready to rock #p4a w/ @guster4lovers ' students. #ncte2016 https://t.co/10kaSZHji7"
NCTE was weeks ago, but I’m still thinking about what I learned as Ss and I get ready to rock #p4a w/… https://t.co/c5JaHilA1U
tags: p4a twitter
Heather Rocco on Twitter: "@JenAnsbach @oonziela I had a wonderful conversation w/ @caroljago about some of her picks at #NCTE16. It's a great list. She's amazing. https://t.co/E1sBWuDLFD"
@JenAnsbach @oonziela I had a wonderful conversation w/ @caroljago about some of her picks at #NCTE16. It’s a great… https://t.co/PZfXXmJNNL
tags: NCTE16 twitter
How Scientists Are Using Poop to Study New York City's Coyote Population | Mental Floss
#Coyotes are living in #NYC, now what? Learn more in this @mental_floss article by @erincmccarthy. https://t.co/VcZty4PHJD
tags: Coyotes NYC twitter
Just A Reminder That "Elf" Is The Best Christmas Movie Ever
Just a reminder that “Elf” is the best Christmas movie ever https://t.co/pM7m46a29e https://t.co/SEseJpKkoh
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