As a student, I had a love-hate relationship with multiple choice tests. I liked having the options instead of relying on memory alone, yet I always second-guessed myself, especially if the answers made you choose the “most correct” answer. Ugh. But after hearing my son’s story, I’ve become a real fan of multiple choice . . . → Read More: Teachers, Take Note
There are some days when the kiddos come home and show what they did in school, that I wish I could’ve been there. To participate and maybe gain the newfound skill that my child is now demonstrating. Today was one of those days, as my daughter showed me something she did with a pencil . . . → Read More: Pencil Magic
“Mom, there should be a book called 101 Kid Bad Luck Signs to prepare kids everywhere. The first one would be when a teacher calls a kid out into the hallway.” She gave me a knowing look. “That’s NEVER good.”
I let the kids listen to a Christian comedian that we love. Sure, I hadn’t heard the entire thing yet, but we’d watched his previous comedy so I didn’t give it a second thought.
I’m in the other room which has the magical property of making the kids think I’m not in listening range. . . . → Read More: Serious Conversations