I have been procrastinating on teaching the fifty states and their capitals. It’s a lot of information, and I want it be memorable rather than a memory exercise. Read More
Cursive handwriting. It’s considered antiquated and is even being taken out of the public school’s instruction. Is there merit in teaching this skill to our kids?
I love chubby, toddler hands. Just looking at that feature image (eek! So cute!) Read More
Reading the analog clock is a necessary life skill, but not necessarily the easiest one to learn. The concepts needed to tell time can be complex for little ones, involving things like counting, skip counting, fractions, and more. Read More