My 6 year old loves to work in the kitchen. She loves to cook, bake, wash fruit, cut veggies, or anything else that means she can be right next to mom in the kitchen. Last week, my daughter’s kindergarten teacher sent home a book bag for us to use. She sends these bags about once
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My kids are great at helping me in the garden. We’ve been weeding, adding compost, planting flowers, and adding vegetable starts to the vegetable garden. Now, if the sun would come out for longer than ten minutes, we’d be happy gardeners! Lately, I’ve been rotating the kids’ books that we have on display. I keep a
This was the area in my yard which housed the strawberry plants. I think I should have just called them plants, because they never actually produced strawberries. It’s a fairly sunny spot, but just not sunny enough for berries. On Friday I dug up all of the strawberry plants to make room for something new.
Schema is one of those buzzwords you hear all the time in education right now. Schema is background knowledge. It’s all the “stuff” you have in your brain about a particular topic. For example, if I’m learning about the topic of flight, my schema on the topic will be everything I have ever read, listened