is written from the perspective of a girl who falls deeply in love with a boy who has to leave at the end of the summer.
Any teen girl can have fun dreaming up the perfect summer romance alone or with friends.
Mad Libs-style printables give teens the chance to create an original story, brush up on parts of speech and have a little fun with friends.
Each age-appropriate story asks participants to fill in the blanks before reading the story as a way to make it complete.
To use the printables, click on the image and the printable will open up as a PDF.
If you have trouble, you can use this guide for troubleshooting. The Devil himself is hiring, and you were brave enough to apply.
is a great story to use with high school students who are preparing for a first job interview.
The printable can easily be modified to include other types of relationships by replacing a few pronouns.
Fill in the blanks to make this interview from hell funny or scary.
Just beware, the Devil cares most about what you wear.
Veterans Park 5th grade teacher, Amy Brown, put a twist on the required research projects by incorporating the philosophy of the Genius Project.
The result-- students explored their own passions and ignited their creative side - from researching why animals are placed on the endangered list to designing a website for a family business.
A ritual experience in the college selection process includes guided campus tours.