This week due to the fires, Eva’s older brother (who is four) has been home because his outdoor classroom setting is closed. While she is napping, I have been playing with him. He is VERY into Legos, magnet tiles and … Continue reading Learning through Legos (254/365) #blogaday
I started back up as a nanny this week and noticed that Gigi (not real name) has many books that involve learning or interacting as someone … Continue reading Impact of Interactive Reading (152/365) #blogaday
I had my online art class on my schedule today, and it was very informative and fun! We were playing with the “setup” where you have your colored background (normally it’s a sheet) – I was using different sweatshirts: one … Continue reading Adding to my Artistic Abilities (123/365) #blogaday
ART Colors flowing on a page creating a scene Lines forming an image Paints, pencils, crayons assist in the perfection ART Sketching or doodling to get … Continue reading Artistic in an apartment (86/365) #blogaday MARCH SOL 30/31
I have always been interested in nature shows ever since I was a kid – as a family, we often watched Blue Planet or Planet Earth when they first came out. Learning about animals that I never see in my … Continue reading Nocturnal Nature (56/365) #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!
Written in response to The Daily Post Prompt “paper.” A teacher can be defined by how they conduct their classroom. Are you a “paper pusher” with tons of worksheets, or does paper only touch your students when they are creating … Continue reading Projects or Paper?