Placing thoughtful insights right in sight is a practical way to teach children! Below are some ideas that have emerged out of the desire to teach growing kids without preaching too often. Kitchen Table As many of my blog followers know, I love to use the kitchen table as a place for teaching. In 2014, […]
Tiny Stove Top for Emergencies
College dorms and apartments are not emergency friendly. How would students have a warm meal, if the power were to go out? Try this..
Summer Ideas for Fun, Learning, and a Bit of Order
It is beneficial to have a plan going into summer. Below are links to some of our top ideas that will lead to a memorable summer break: Reading and Learning (Links) Family Reading Goal –work together towards a goal. This is great for a family with all different reading levels. Book Bingo –printable bingo sheets […]
March 2nd Dr. Seuss’ Birthday
Don’t let the schools be the only ones who have fun today! Pull out all your Dr. Seuss books. Cuddle up with your kids tonight and read! If you are feeling really ambitious, cook up some green eggs and ham. “Dr. Seuss (who was known as Theodor Geisel when he wasn’t writing or drawing) wrote […]