When my 7-year-old happened to be looking over my shoulder as I opened the email about reviewing a new picture book, All Things Bright and Beautiful, she immediately begged to review the book herself.
When I think about vocabulary instruction, I immediately picture long lists of obscure words, and a page full of sentences written to demonstrate understanding of the word. It’s hard to do vocabulary without boring worksheets and a million sentences. The kids don’t want to do it, and I neither do I!
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ScrubDishCloth #CollectiveBias As a mom, it often feels like I spend all day every day in the kitchen. Between cooking for my crew, feeding them, and cleaning up the messes related to cooking and eating, it’s a full-time job!
I am spending a lot of time with logic curriculum this summer as I prepare to teach logic for the first time this fall. I’m looking for a logic curriculum that this logic impaired Momma can understand… and teach! This month Timberdoodle Co sent The Amazing Dr. Ransom’s Bestiary of Adorable Fallacies: A Field Guide for Clear Thinkers for review. This book teaches readers to identify and ‘exterminate’ fifty informal fallacies
Its summertime, the kids are home and looking for fun… but Mom still has to work. Working from home is such a blessing, but it definitely comes with it’s own set of difficulties. Mom feels guilty always saying, “Not right now, Mommy has to work” or resorting to screen time to keep the kids busy while working.