Month: April 2022

  • Anybody Home?

    Anybody Home?

    A child’s imagination is unlimited and should be encouraged and celebrated. Reading to children and asking questions like, “I wonder what will happen next,” allows them to construct their own scenarios. Children learn through repetition and exposure to a variety of experiences.  Books that become familiar are like the foundation of a house. Once a […]

  • Random Thoughts

    The day I became a grandmother I began evaluating my life, or I should say reevaluating it. I realized that this beautiful child is not mine and I am a part of a much bigger picture, yet only a part. What part do I play? As a retired elementary teacher I know the joy of […]

  • Saying Goodbye to Future Teachers

    I have been an online instructor for a university for almost seven years. Each term I change my course based on what I feel would enhance the learning for my students. I learn so much from them. I love sharing my experiences and insights. This last term I decided to try a new course. I […]

  • “I Wish You Happiness”

    “I Wish You Happiness”

    Try this. I just might change things…..