The Gift of Movement and Unstructured Play
Having been on lockdown for most of the past year, it’s been fun to sit at our local outdoor food court as things are re-opening. There is a huge round fountain in the center. The raised edge encircling the fountain is about 18 inches wide. What is such fun about this fountain is watching little…Read More →
Is Your Child’s Behavior Masking Dyslexia?
Halloween masks can be great fun, but there are students in every school who are wearing “masks” all year long. Mike was funny and gregarious. He showed his smarts in class discussions, but when it came to doing any kind of seat-work, he could be found entertaining his classmates. At home with all his unfinished…Read More →
Summer’s Here! But What Will Next School Year Bring?
You made it! This year more than ever, with all the changes that the Coronavirus has brought, the end of the school year is a big relief. I remember the excitement of the last day of school – both as a student and as the parent of school-age students. No more worries about getting to…Read More →