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Digital Process Art

A student recently raised a question that went something like this:

What does the process art of young children look like in the digital age? 114 more words

Young Children

Hoppers - My review on this solitaire peg-jumping game

Thinkfun has released a new frog-themed solitaire peg-jumping game called Hoppers. The game is for ages 5 and up. The contents of the game include a  game grid playing board that has a compartment under the board to store the cards as well as the frogs for the board. 566 more words

Reviews

A Dutch view on the CATS Conference in Caux, Switzerland

We are travelling in a small train on the final part of our journey from Amsterdam to Switzerland. Our suitcases are packed in a carriage at the front. 976 more words

Young Children

Camp Songs; Why We Love Them

It took me until adulthood to realize that my love for music stemmed from my childhood summers at camp.  I spent a month every summer at camp in the hills of Salt Rock, West Virginia.  456 more words

Work, and Family

Last week, the New York Times published “Working Anything but 9 to 5: Scheduling Technology Leaves Low-Income Parents with Hours of Chaos.” 

The article follows the daily struggles of a young single mother and her young son, who found their lives shaken by the tempestuousness of unpredictable part time work. 46 more words

For Parents

It's all in the details...

Good morning, Write Edge readers! Around our house we have begun preparing for the end of summer. School starts this week, and the kids may not feel ready but I know I’m ready! 278 more words

Parenting

Friday Night at the Food Court

Deer love my backyard buffet of nourishing shrubs. They give me a 5 star rating!  At the moment I’m watching a family of four of them from my kitchen window. 232 more words

Food: Getting It And Eating It