In Belgium you have waffles and chocolate. In France you have cheese and baguettes. In Utah, you have Sub Zero Ice Cream.
Gretchen Rossi and Slade Smiley celebrated the upcoming birth of their daughter Skylar Gray Smiley with an over the top baby shower that featured Sub Zero Catering.
It seems like just yesterday the kids were getting out of school for summer, and suddenly winter is here. For many of us, that means cold weather and snow. While some of us might be flocking to our fireplaces and bundling up in blankets, others thrive in the cold. Today’s post is directed at those who love everything cold – from liquid nitrogen ice cream to actual ice! Sub Zero Nitrogen Ice Cream is here to offer some winter activity ideas that take “cold” to the next level.
We’re just going to lay it out there. Kids go bananas over ice cream (bananas over ice cream? That sounds delicious!). Kids, however, do not always go bananas over learning. Thankfully, many teachers across the nation have embraced student-centered learning. In short, this refers to a style of education instruction that addresses specific needs of students – including their interests and distinct learning styles. While some students might thrive in a lecture-style classroom and can’t wait to get to school every morning, others need a more hands-on approach. Addressing the needs of all students to help them learn and grow is the essence of student-centered learning. Which brings us back to our claim of “kids go bananas over ice cream.”