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School Choice

January 23 – January 29 2022 Education isn’t a cookie cutter option where one methodology is right for all. Children learn differently. Whether you prefer homeschool, unschool, charter, public, private, or online, each child has their unique giftings, talents, and…

An Unkindness of Ravens

Collective Nouns My daughter’s English class’ content covered collective nouns. Is there a collective noun for Boston Terriers? I offer to the world: a snorgle of Bostons. (Snore plus grumble equals snorgle.) How many collective nouns do you know? A…

Children Stories

I thought I would share a few resources for classic children stories. By classic: I mean Aesop fables, tales of the Greeks and Romans, and fairy tales. Web The German Project: Well-known children’s stories translated into German and spoken by…

Spoonerisms

The American Heritage Dictionary defines spoonerism as: “a transposition of sounds of two or more words, especially a ludicrous one.” While on an outing with my family, I recalled a time when my uncle recited a famous story from the…

ADHD

I am constantly seeking advice and ways to improve my serve especially with regards to my family. My daughter was recently re-evaluated for ADHD because the previous diagnosis was made roughly five years ago. Testing has changed. Enter the QbTest.…