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American Sign Language – Grade 1 Schedule

Only a few weeks until the new school year begins.  My daughter is ready to begin Grade 1 this year.  As her teacher, I’ve been working hard at researching, choosing and gathering everything we need for this upcoming year.  I’ve also created a schedule for our year so we know what we need to get done …

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Geography – Teaching the World’s Countries To Young Children

Even young children can be taught geography. When I was little, my mom would spend a few minutes a day doing geography with my brother and I.  At a very young age, I knew the name and location of every country on the globe.  I am now following the same simple method with my daughter. …

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Signing Time – Learning American Sign Language

Learning Comes Easy When It’s Fun, Not Work When I was a teenager, a friend organized a weekly Friday night get together to learn American Sign Language.  It was open to any of my friends (from kid to adult) who wanted to join the class.  There were about 40 of us who regularly attended.  A …

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Learning to Bake Bread & A Craftsy Class Giveaway

I used to bake bread I would say about once a month.  I was never taught the secrets of bread baking, but was able to follow a recipe and enjoyed freshly baked bread for an occasional breakfast.  It turned out decent enough I thought.  My daughter wanted to help me, but since I had no …

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