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4 Ways to Fill 5 Minutes in the Secondary Math Classroom

4 Ways to Fill 5 Minutes in the Secondary Math Classroom

Why Staying Late After School Is A Mistake - Smart Classroom Management

Why Staying Late After School Is A Mistake - Smart Classroom Management

Could paint my bed, leave nightstands the same & add bench in a color to match nightstands or vise versa

Could paint my bed, leave nightstands the same & add bench in a color to match nightstands or vise versa

Vinyl plank flooring that's waterproof. Lays right on top of your existing floor. Love this color we're using in our bathroom remodel.

Vinyl plank flooring that's waterproof. Lays right on top of your existing floor. Love this color we're using in our bathroom remodel.

Neutral Isn’t Boring

Neutral Isn’t Boring

Resourceaholic: I love my new circle theorems wall. It was an easy and enjoyable lesson to run - I just gave them paper plates, straws and pins and they got on with it!

Resourceaholic: I love my new circle theorems wall. It was an easy and enjoyable lesson to run - I just gave them paper plates, straws and pins and they got on with it!

black and white modern farmhouse kitchen

black and white modern farmhouse kitchen

Save The Date Mason Jars Lights Rustic Wood Lace

Save The Date Mason Jars Lights Rustic Wood Lace

Your Top 10 Wedding Invitation Etiquette Questions Answered | Photo by: Heather Waraksa  | TheKnot.com

Your Top 10 Wedding Invitation Etiquette Questions Answered | Photo by: Heather Waraksa | TheKnot.com

Traditionally, no matter who’s paying, you split it into three parts: one-third are guests of the bride’s parents, one-third are guests of the groom’s, and the rest are guests of the couple. In the real world, the rule of thirds doesn’t always work (and many guest lists develop naturally). But in your situation, it might be an easy fix. That said, if his parents want to invite more than their third (without exceeding your venue’s capacity, of course), and yours are uncomfortable with that…

Traditionally, no matter who’s paying, you split it into three parts: one-third are guests of the bride’s parents, one-third are guests of the groom’s, and the rest are guests of the couple. In the real world, the rule of thirds doesn’t always work (and many guest lists develop naturally). But in your situation, it might be an easy fix. That said, if his parents want to invite more than their third (without exceeding your venue’s capacity, of course), and yours are uncomfortable with that…