When I was in school, we had Accelerated Reader Tests, or ARTs. I did them one year before backing out and stopping: I didn’t enjoy reading the books within my eighth grade level; I preferred the young adult/new adult mystery fiction novels by Lois Duncan (RIP) on a shelf in my journalism teacher’s room more. […] Continue reading » “How to make reading more fun”
This post was originally posted a year ago, but the site hosting the infographic is no longer online, so I’m rewriting it. A colleague of a friend mentioned a few times to me in the past that the jobs in the future will be anything but what we can imagine now. […] Continue reading » “5 reasons to teach kids how to code”
I am being compensated for my time put into writing up this review and for thoroughly reviewing this product from Limelife Planners, Copper Lens Artistry, Karolina’s Krafts and Truly Simple Planners. […] Continue reading » “Review: Limelife Planner & Accessories with Giveaway”
Discipline can be a tough subject to discuss. Our parents and elders often think there is one way to discipline and one way alone. […] Continue reading » “Gentle Discipline: Does it work?”
Other than receiving a free sample of this product to review from Virtual Montessori, I was not paid for any of the opinions or reviews expressed in this blog. […] Continue reading » “Review: Virtual Montessori Name Chalkboard + Giveaway”
Noah comes from a family of 5 crunchy kids. Check out his mom Rachel’s blog here!
“My name is Noah. I am 11 and I live in a crunchy family. […] Continue reading » “Life of a Crunchy Kid: Noah”