As my birth oldest is now 13, this year I can't help but notice the ever growing space between us. All the many things out of my control, I have always and will always cling to the slightest anything with her and her brother. To keep this light and airy I thus stumbled upon this… Continue reading Daughters, What to ask them
Going on our second year in school this holiday season and once again I purchased gifts for my child's teacher(s). Why this is very much not a requirement by no means. I believe with my everything that teachers are an extremely important and valuable. This I sat down to write about a teacher. Infact one… Continue reading A Teacher Unlike Any Other
* this post provides links to other non affiliated sites. When a child is having a difficult time understanding and expressing emotions and feelings many times behavior will change. More times than not in a negative way. Preteens tend to be drastic changes in school work unless on a very rare occasion the child has… Continue reading My Feelings Board Game
Wow it seems so long since I have been able to share any kind of 'new' learning type thing. However a few weeks ago, I was able to try out a new idea. We were just at the start of a big heat wave here. I had a bucket of water balloons and wanted to… Continue reading Water Balloon Math
Saturday March 18th Noon - 4:3o In exchange for free admission to The Museum of Flight (ticket value $7-12) you will help us by capturing video fragments in the ultimate selfie experience as you explore the museum (we provide the cameras!). What better way to save some money and have some creative, hands-on fun?… Continue reading Free Admission to Seattle Flight Muse
I wanted to take a moment and share something with everyone. This past month I have just been blown away by my daughters academically growing. Now when we watch TV she runs up all excited and points out the sight words she recognizes. As a person who is dyslexic, I do not remember ever having… Continue reading Dyslexia a new look at it
Our apartments recently placed sod down. Waiting until they finished, I than asked for a couple of the smaller left over pieces to use. Even though they gave me some weird looks and stares. Oh well, not only did my child enjoy it so did several of the neighbor kids. Going on 5+ days now.