Today there were a few children whose mood swings happened quickly and about very small things. For example, one boy was playing with trucks and there is a big one that carries the small cars. He had used this big … Continue reading The temperament of children (37/365) #blogaday
“How do you snap?” asked Sasha (not her real name) “Well you put your thumb and second finger together, and move them quickly like this” I responded She then attempted it and it barely made a sound. “You want to … Continue reading (March SOL) Inspiring Moment!
“Who knew raising children was hard?!” “I sure didn’t as a teacher and after school nanny!” Said no one ever.. I could always see how difficult and taxing having a job and being a parent can be from observing the … Continue reading (March SOL) Easy, breezy beautiful…children
I have noticed as a teacher that some games and songs that I knew as a kid are still relevant to kids today. This is surprising … Continue reading What happened to SKIPPING generations? (DAY 20/31 March SOL)
On my last night in Italy, I witnessed a truly sweet act of kindness. While at dinner, a young boy dropped his toy into the rain gutter. Almost instantly, two other boys came running up and saw what had happened. … Continue reading Kindness of kids (Slice of Life Tuesday)
This post was written in response to The Daily Post’s Prompt about the word “Tender” TLC. It’s such a simple thing that everyone and everything needs … Continue reading TLC can be hard to see
From toddlers to children, diapers to grading, crying to name-calling, Art to Core, naps to recess, long tiring days to long tiring days Loving kids to loving what I do even more! Teaching behavior to molding children into skilled learners … Continue reading Switching to Subbing #sol17