Distance Learning Tips for Kindergarten Parents (From a Tired Parent Who Has Been There)

Distance learning in 2020 has been tough. I struggled through distance learning with my VERY active kinder-age son in the spring (he’s now in the first grade). I felt like a failure most of the time, but my son seems to be thriving. Here are some of my tips from my experiences to help you …

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Responses to Political Texts (Ideas and a Few Things You Need to Know)

As the latest political contest heats up (you know what I am talking about, I don’t even have to say), the conversations about politics have also increased. In the news, on social media, in line at the grocery store, with friends over coffee. The world is pretty sensitive right now, and it seems like you …

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Coronavirus Blog #11: Perspective is Everything

Today is March 24, 2020. It’s a Tuesday. But honestly, the days are starting to bleed together, without the structure of school Monday through Friday, and the weekends to play. In some states/cities, the teachers are talking to the families and the students, and online school has been instituted of some kind. Mostly we’ve gotten …

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