“Stupid is not a nice word.” My four year old, Snug, says this a lot. She says it to the TV when a character calls someone or something stupid, regardless of the context, she immediately and sternly tells the TV, “Stupid is not a nice word.” To family and friends, when our conversations drift out … Continue reading Stupid is not a nice word.
I discovered Fairy Gardens when I taught at a lovely school for children with dyslexia in Baltimore that prided itself on play-based learning. Students had 2 recesses a day and spent a great deal of time exploring the woods on campus. One of my young students made the most delightful little fairy house out of leaves, … Continue reading Easter Fairy Gardening