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kristen bell

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  • #Repost @shaunking (@get_repost)
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Not a single child died in American custody for 10 straight years. Not one. Until the Trump administration
  • #Repost @shaunking (@get_repost)
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    Not a single child died in American custody for 10 straight years. Not one. Until the Trump administration
  •  60,071  0  24 June, 2019
  • I will protect my neighbors.
#Repost @shaunking (@get_repost)
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🚨ICE Raids are expected to start on Sunday in: - Miami
- Atlanta
- Chicago
- Baltimore
- Denver
- Houston
- Los Angeles
- New Orleans
- New York City,
- San Francisco

If you are in any of these cities, please share this info 📢 #ProtectEachOther 
If I see an ICE agent terrorizing my neighborhood in NYC next week, I commit to protect my neighbor. Will you? #ProtectEachOther
  • I will protect my neighbors.
    #Repost @shaunking (@get_repost)
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    🚨ICE Raids are expected to start on Sunday in: - Miami
    - Atlanta
    - Chicago
    - Baltimore
    - Denver
    - Houston
    - Los Angeles
    - New Orleans
    - New York City,
    - San Francisco

    If you are in any of these cities, please share this info 📢 #ProtectEachOther
    If I see an ICE agent terrorizing my neighborhood in NYC next week, I commit to protect my neighbor. Will you? #ProtectEachOther
  •  126,311  1,288  21 June, 2019
  • This #FeaturedTeacherFriday we’re going to Brooklyn, NY! Meet Yaskara Ortiz Ramirez! 📚🧠💪🏻 her wishlist will be in my bio and THANK U to everyone who reads and helps!! “I work in a Title 1 school in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn, NY. To say I LOVE my school and the community we serve is an understatement!  Our community is so diverse and so rich in history and is a beautiful mix of cultures. 
At the age of 29 after I was married and had already had my two boys (and my little girl was on the way) I decided to leave the corporate world, go back to school and get my Masters degree in Education. Remembering the difference my teachers made in my life when I came to this country at the age of nine pushed me to also get the Bilingual extension. I taught third grade for five years and am currently in my first year of teaching Kindergarten...boy are they energetic! I love my little Supers!  Seeing them grow and having a hand in shaping them into good well rounded human beings fills my heart each and every day!  My students are eager learners who are working towards being fully bilingual and bi-literate. In addition to all that, they are learning how to read! 
Recently our school lost our Magnet Grant. We are now a Magnet School without the Magnet money.  Our Tech Lab, Smart Boards, and Library could use a lot of love and care AKA updating.  Our classrooms, especially those that are Dual Language lack the proper resources such as updated classroom library books and computers/iPads.  Every year (if we’re lucky) teachers receive a $200-$250 stipend to help offset what we spend to prepare our classrooms at the start of the school year...I spend that on pencils alone!  I pour heart and soul (and many paychecks) into my (school) children while still making sure that my own children feel loved.  It is a tough balance, but I can’t say that I could see myself doing anything else.”
  • This #FeaturedTeacherFriday we’re going to Brooklyn, NY! Meet Yaskara Ortiz Ramirez! 📚🧠💪🏻 her wishlist will be in my bio and THANK U to everyone who reads and helps!! “I work in a Title 1 school in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn, NY. To say I LOVE my school and the community we serve is an understatement!  Our community is so diverse and so rich in history and is a beautiful mix of cultures.
    At the age of 29 after I was married and had already had my two boys (and my little girl was on the way) I decided to leave the corporate world, go back to school and get my Masters degree in Education. Remembering the difference my teachers made in my life when I came to this country at the age of nine pushed me to also get the Bilingual extension. I taught third grade for five years and am currently in my first year of teaching Kindergarten...boy are they energetic! I love my little Supers!  Seeing them grow and having a hand in shaping them into good well rounded human beings fills my heart each and every day! My students are eager learners who are working towards being fully bilingual and bi-literate. In addition to all that, they are learning how to read!
    Recently our school lost our Magnet Grant. We are now a Magnet School without the Magnet money.  Our Tech Lab, Smart Boards, and Library could use a lot of love and care AKA updating.  Our classrooms, especially those that are Dual Language lack the proper resources such as updated classroom library books and computers/iPads.  Every year (if we’re lucky) teachers receive a $200-$250 stipend to help offset what we spend to prepare our classrooms at the start of the school year...I spend that on pencils alone!  I pour heart and soul (and many paychecks) into my (school) children while still making sure that my own children feel loved.  It is a tough balance, but I can’t say that I could see myself doing anything else.”
  •  29,538  227  21 June, 2019
  • TONIGHT!!!!!!!
To anyone who thinks they've already seen the most charismatic version of my husband, @daxshepard:
This show will blow your mind. He has never been more in his element, and its ADORABLE.❤❤❤ #Repost @daxshepard (@get_repost)
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Tomorrow night at 9/8c it's PARTY TIME!!! @spinthewheelfox is on Fox following MasterChef. Let the games begin!!!💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰
  • TONIGHT!!!!!!!
    To anyone who thinks they've already seen the most charismatic version of my husband, @daxshepard:
    This show will blow your mind. He has never been more in his element, and its ADORABLE.❤❤❤ #Repost @daxshepard (@get_repost)
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    Tomorrow night at 9/8c it's PARTY TIME!!! @spinthewheelfox is on Fox following MasterChef. Let the games begin!!!💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰
  •  56,737  598  21 June, 2019
  • School’s out for summer and that means some kids who rely on school meals could struggle to get enough to eat. Free summer meal sites at schools and community centers are here to help! Text FOOD or COMIDA to 877-877 to find a free summer meal near you 💛☀️💛#ShareSummer #NoKidHungry
  • School’s out for summer and that means some kids who rely on school meals could struggle to get enough to eat. Free summer meal sites at schools and community centers are here to help! Text FOOD or COMIDA to 877-877 to find a free summer meal near you 💛☀️💛 #ShareSummer #NoKidHungry
  •  78,229  774  20 June, 2019
  • Happy fathers day to my one and only #dadbeast, @daxshepard. Thank u for being the softest, gentlest, most hands on dad I could have ever imagined, and thank you for always keeping us laughing. 
Xo
All your girls
  • Happy fathers day to my one and only #dadbeast, @daxshepard. Thank u for being the softest, gentlest, most hands on dad I could have ever imagined, and thank you for always keeping us laughing.
    Xo
    All your girls
  •  530,967  2,190  17 June, 2019
  • Happy Saturday
love, 
Mom and Dad 💓💓💓
  • Happy Saturday
    love,
    Mom and Dad 💓💓💓
  •  471,935  2,072  16 June, 2019
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  •  99,691  3,853  14 June, 2019
  • It’s #FeaturedTeacherFriday!! Meet Brenna Frost, a 4th grade teacher at Elk Meadow Elementary in Bend, OR. Today also happens to be her last day of school, but she can store all the goodies from her wishlist safely until next year! 👍🏻 “I've been teaching at the elementary level for 13 years. I would describe myself as persistent and passionate about providing my students with a positive school experience each day. My school is a K-5, Title 1 school, meaning many of our families are working incredibly hard each day and are also in need. Approximately 50% of the students receive free/reduced-price lunch at our school. 
My passion for helping, celebrating, and honoring students with neurodiversities is very personal- My son is on the autism spectrum. He was diagnosed with Asperger's when he was 7 years old. Being his mom makes me incredibly proud. Being his mom has made me a better teacher. He showed me that being different is a good thing. He showed me that kids like him have unique ways of thinking and that makes the world a better, more interesting place to be.

Year after year I teach incredible, diverse students. Six languages are spoken at our school!  I love my students and their unique minds! Honoring and embracing our differences, including neurological differences like autism, sensory processing disorder, and anxiety is key to the success of all young people. I truly believe that the world would be a boring place if our brains were all the same. By providing my amazing students with sensory seating options, calming fidgets, painting supplies, and some really powerful books about feelings, I can better support all of my students year after year. Items like weighted lap blankets, wobble stools, and other sensory-friendly classroom tools can help kids feel peaceful, safe, and focused at school.

The items on my wishlist can soothe, heal, and bring peace and happiness to kids! And I'd love help getting more snacks for my students! I try to give them the best version of myself each day at school, but I'd love to help them even more. Thank you! 
Her wishlist will be in my bio. Big love to you all! 📚👍🏻😘🧠
  • It’s #FeaturedTeacherFriday!! Meet Brenna Frost, a 4th grade teacher at Elk Meadow Elementary in Bend, OR. Today also happens to be her last day of school, but she can store all the goodies from her wishlist safely until next year! 👍🏻 “I've been teaching at the elementary level for 13 years. I would describe myself as persistent and passionate about providing my students with a positive school experience each day. My school is a K-5, Title 1 school, meaning many of our families are working incredibly hard each day and are also in need. Approximately 50% of the students receive free/reduced-price lunch at our school.
    My passion for helping, celebrating, and honoring students with neurodiversities is very personal- My son is on the autism spectrum. He was diagnosed with Asperger's when he was 7 years old. Being his mom makes me incredibly proud. Being his mom has made me a better teacher. He showed me that being different is a good thing. He showed me that kids like him have unique ways of thinking and that makes the world a better, more interesting place to be.

    Year after year I teach incredible, diverse students. Six languages are spoken at our school! I love my students and their unique minds! Honoring and embracing our differences, including neurological differences like autism, sensory processing disorder, and anxiety is key to the success of all young people. I truly believe that the world would be a boring place if our brains were all the same. By providing my amazing students with sensory seating options, calming fidgets, painting supplies, and some really powerful books about feelings, I can better support all of my students year after year. Items like weighted lap blankets, wobble stools, and other sensory-friendly classroom tools can help kids feel peaceful, safe, and focused at school.

    The items on my wishlist can soothe, heal, and bring peace and happiness to kids! And I'd love help getting more snacks for my students! I try to give them the best version of myself each day at school, but I'd love to help them even more. Thank you!
    Her wishlist will be in my bio. Big love to you all! 📚👍🏻😘🧠
  •  35,276  234  14 June, 2019
  • ❄️❤️❄️ Bundle up, y’all! Full trailer link in my bio! ❄️❤️❄️
  • ❄️❤️❄️ Bundle up, y’all! Full trailer link in my bio! ❄️❤️❄️
  •  194,132  4,189  11 June, 2019
  • ❄️❄️❄️ Check back in tomorrow for a tasty Frozen treat :) :) :) #Frozen2 ❄️❄️❄️
  • ❄️❄️❄️ Check back in tomorrow for a tasty Frozen treat :) :) :) #Frozen2 ❄️❄️❄️
  •  483,531  9,240  10 June, 2019