We ignite student curiosity and inspire educators to reimagine learning with award-winning digital content and powerful professional development. The Flash Cards: Fully customized flash cards to improve the speed of your child’s brain processing and to help them understand each exercise (52 cards). All of Deirdre’s Comments- Kristin, her answers to your post are the first three comments. Every body is born with some talent and why not try your hand at one thing or the other. The hub is useful and inspirational. Thank you for sharing.
I told everyone in the school who was willing to listen that my son was dyslexic. I told his class teacher that my son and I would be doing our homework together and that I would be supporting him in every way I could. I said that he would be drawing his homework and that I would be writing down his words, unless he wanted to write, of course.
Super lens. I love Shel Silverstein. Then again, who doesn’t? Thanks for the great links. Though, I should add, in the case of relationships, intelligence and level of education are not synonymous. So great to come across things like this that are actually informative but very positive and non judgemental with so may references and brilliant insights!
I’d also like to mention Elizabeth Weise’s excellent website, Mandarin Immersion Parents Council , which I’ve come across often over the years. It contains a wealth of information about all things related to Mandarin immersion education in this country, as well as abroad. I’ve never met Ms. Weise, but I understand that she lives just across the Bay in San Francisco, and that she’s very involved at an immersion school there.
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The Olympic Games started in ancient Greece. The participants were the city-states of Ancient Greece and its colonies. The Olympic Games were held every 4 years in honor of Zeus, the king god. The prizes for winning were fame and glory, along with having statues of the winners erected and sometimes even putting the winners’ faces on coins. Today we still celebrate the Olympic Games and still continue some of the old traditions, such as the olive leaf crowns and the opening and closing celebrations.