Tag: Education

Summer Days and Play

Summer days of my childhood bring the most wonderful memories to mind. I came from a large family and always had a built in playmate. But playmates were not hard to find in the neighborhood, either. Morning would herald a

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Everybody’s Aunt ~ Sarah

It’s a few days after Thanksgiving and we are getting ready for bed. “Now don’t forget,” my Mom tells me. “Tomorrow, I want you to go straight to Aunt Sarah’s. She’ll be waiting for you. You’re going to keep her

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How You Can Help Your Toddler Be Smarter Than a Fifth Grader

You’ll probably shake your head with disdain and amusement, while thinking, “Yours and everyone else’s kid… yeah, right!” when I tell you what I’m thinking. Our three year old grandson is REALLY smart. No, I mean REALLY, REALLY smart! How did

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