5 Steps to Raising a Creative Child
Just kidding, there isn't a five-step process for creativity. Raising a creative child is not linear, not black and white, or right or wrong. (What a relief!) But I can give you some ideas . . .
The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig
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My children are poets, and they don’t even know it. Their latest poetic accomplishment is re-writing lyrics to the Gotye “Somebody That I Used to Know” song. Their version is, …
The Innovative Educator Dispels Popular Myths about Learning to Read and Write
"The little learning machines who learn to walk by walking and talk by talking also learn to read by reading and write by writing." Linda Dobson You know that license plate, “If you can read this, thank a teacher.”? What if the truth was you didn’t need a teacher to learn to read or write? What if in fact you might be able to read and write more effectively without one? There are many young people who are doing just that...learning to read and write without the benefit of schools or…
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Fox Be Nimble|Paperback
Product Details ISBN-13:9780140368420Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group Publication date:01/01/1994Series: Penguin Young Readers Level 3 SeriesEdition description:ReissuePages:48Sales rank:180,542Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)Age Range:6 - 8 Years
Christopher Maynard's Micro Monsters: Life Under the Microscope (1999) - "However, books and poetry related to content area topics in science, history, and math are excellent for improving fluency as well as for supporting conceptual knowledge" (Worthy & Prater, 2002, p. 295)
Building Self-Confidence in Children with Self-Esteem Activities - Telling It Like It Is
When was the last time you yelled, screamed, criticized or punished your child? When did you last hug, encourage, praise or say “thank you” to your child? If these parenting behaviors were placed on a