Each day, everywhere in the world, a child is born. Each year, everywhere in the world, children wait eagerly for their birthday party. So, let the countdown begin!
This multicultural story for ages 2-6 introduces counting backwards and days of the week. Although the readers and children will pick up some words and phrases in the languages presented, they will most importantly learn that other cultures exist, that even if children are different around the world, they are very…Continue
Posted on February 6, 2012 at 5:34am
It should be common knowledge that not all holidays are celebrated in every country and if they are, not always in the same manner. Here's a story about how I live-and-learned this lesson...
"Free-flying without a lesson plan"
I am one of those women who just always imagined herself as a stay-at-home mother. My mother was. I assumed I would be. Once my children would be school-age, I also assumed I would be a room mother, on the PTA board, and/or…
Posted on February 6, 2012 at 5:30am
We all lose our tempers. Adults are stressed out by work (in and out of the home). Children get frustrated by what seems fair or not. In this story, a little dragon has to face the consequences of blowing out his flames too hard. Luckily, his fire-fighter dad is there to remind him how to control this potentially dangerous emotion called anger.
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Posted on December 5, 2011 at 6:04am