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On our dining room table can always be found several items. We’ve got your typical salt and pepper shakers, napkin holder, and sugar bowl, with a candle for mood lighting. We also have the more atypical salt alternative and the … Continue reading
To keep their brains in somewhat of a school mode, I conduct a summer school of sorts at our dining room table. Monday through Thursday for an hour or two in the morning the boys work on maintaining their reading, … Continue reading
In our classroom, we have been working on data collection and graphing. We have spent time using tally charts, frequency charts, pictographs, picture graphs (also referred to as scaled picture graphs, just to make life more confusing), bar graphs, and … Continue reading
Car driving conversation are the best. Out of the blue, Carter had this to say: carter: When I grow up I might be a librarian. me: Ah. That would be a good choice. carter: I like to read. Reading is … Continue reading
National Pie Day is on January 23rd. As luck would have it, I was sick on the weekend we had planned to celebrate it with family and friends. The following weekend after that was Super Bowl Sunday. And so it … Continue reading