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Something to smile about

every time she says it …

“what are you doing Mummy?”

“ironing” (a once in a very blue moon occurrence)


“what’s man doing?”

“flying a kite” 150 more words


A Thriller Jennie Story

The Tree Story

“It happened like this… this is my house, and this is the Kruger’s house (I physically hold up my arm to show one and the other, side-by-side).  619 more words

EDU 6132 Learners in Context: M6 Reflection

Principle of HOPE: H4 – Honor family/community involvement in the learning process.

Family and community are huge elements in the lives of students, and have significant impact on student learning. 639 more words


Applying Dutch Grammar to English Words

A few months ago, I wrote about my son’s First (Bilingual) Words. Right now, he combines words to make (very short) sentences, and with sentences come verbs. 234 more words


Throwback Thursday: Libraries and Museums in Early Education – Part I

This blog was originally published on July 24, 2013.

Libraries and museums can engage, teach and delight children. But too often these institutions are not part of the policy conversation about early education. 723 more words


And She's Off!

Yesterday, I was standing in the kitchen while Sprout and Peanut ate a snack at the table. Out of the blue, I heard:

Sprout (To her little brother): You know what this is? 46 more words

Sprout's Blossoms

The earliest stages of language developing

Language development

Month 1

Whilst in the womb your baby was comforted by lots of noises from outside which were all disguised and muffled by the water barrier around him. 94 more words

Age 0-2yrs