Learning to use technology is fundamental to the success of our students. Learning to type, as we all as operate various forms are technology, are paramount. Recently, my family was given an amazing opportunity from EdAlive to review two of their products. We were given one-year subscriptions to each of the programs Typing Tournament Online … Continue reading Review: EdAlive “Typing Tournament Online” and “Maths Invaders Online”
Fraternal twin sisters, each vowing to change their current ways, for various reasons. Their looks and personalities vary. Sunshine is a nanny, who has spent much of her adult life falling for the wrong men, and running away with them. She is trying to change from being the girl who is known more for her … Continue reading Reading Roundup: “The Summer of Sunshine and Margot”
Looking back through pictures of myself in various stages of life, I have often wished that I could speak to that young girl staring back at me. There are so many things that I wish I could let her know. Advice that I could have given her. Things I could have shielded her from. To … Continue reading Myself
One of my favorite things is reading. I love finding new authors and books to explore. I especially have a fondness for children’s books. Perhaps it stems from the educator that is ingrained in me. In college, one of my favorite classes was “Reading for the Elementary Teacher”. The professor opened my world to a … Continue reading Review: “Nothing” by Natalee Creech a publication by WorthyKids, an imprint of Hachette Book Group.
"The days are long and the years are short." I never really understood that quote until I became a mom. In the blink of an eye my kids are growing up. This has been evidenced in the last couple of weeks, as my daughter has found herself a fella. As a parent to a pre-teen … Continue reading Lessons
Math is my favorite subject. This wasn’t always the case. In fact, at times, I absolutely hated it. It was so much easier for everyone else, and I struggled. Then, one day, in Freshman Algebra it clicked. Suddenly, I went from the one struggling to the one who was helping others. I had a newfound … Continue reading Review: Elementary Math Games by The Critical Thinking Co.
“Those who forget the past, are doomed to repeat it.” That is a phrase that I have heard many times in my life. American philosopher, George Santayana, understood the need for learning history. It is because of this expression that I want my children to have a strong historical foundation. I want them to understand … Continue reading Review: Pathway to Liberty’s US History-Level 2