What a great week! Now it’s time for some fantastic reading suggestions for your weekend.
Salt Dough Brains from Red Oak Lane
Extend your thinking about thinking aka. metacognition — make a brain! (so cool!!)
Many of you saw this YouTube video already but if you missed it, please watch — it will change how you see autism and ability.
“While improved academics is an important goal, the report emphasizes that the developmental role of play should not be forgotten and the benefits of play should not be traded off in favor of academics.”
Cardboard Classroom, Frugal Family Fun Blog
Doesn’t this pretend play idea look inviting?
Going to Mom Congress for Colorado in 2011 changed my life. It challenged me to be better and do more -it was an incredible, life-changing opportunity. Are you an education advocate? Apply to be the delegate from your state!
Be Your Child’s Advocate for a Better Education, hands on : as we grow
I share strategies that work and don’t work in this blog post I wrote for Hands On : As We Grow.
Is That Fair? from Not Just Cute
I love this wisdom — “Fair doesn’t mean everyone gets the same thing. It means everyone gets what they need.” I am using this tomorrow with my 6-year old!
Weekly Roundup of Cool Libraries, KNSTRCT
Book bliss . . .
Take care, everybody ~
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