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I was a creative writing minor, an English Lit major and my mom has corrected “I and Me” in my vocabulary since I was in utero so words are… 309 more words

Latest Growth Spurts: Ants on the TV and more

December 12, 2014

By Ekta R. Garg

Enjoy these Spurts from the last two weeks, readers!

For Thanksgiving we drove to Cleveland to visit friends. It’s a six-and-a-half hour drive, which gave the girls plenty of time to watch movies in the car. 969 more words


My Professional Life

 My Professional Life

The way I think about children, their needs, as well as their rights as young people of the world is changing and growing dramatically. 830 more words


On Inclusion...

One very important factor an Early Childhood professional needs to consider when tailoring his or her program to meet the needs of every child is what accommodations are needed and how they will be made. 601 more words


Short Days, Shorter Years

Just after I had my second child, a yogi friend of mine who also has children said, “The days are long but the years are short.” At the time this felt true and resonated with the reality of my life: nursing, naps, diaper changes, taking two hours to leave the house for a 45 minute outing. 392 more words


What Are We, Chopped Liver?

The literature of schooling – self-styled “education” by its proponents – is a literature which at best ignores parents, and often disparages their participation. We parents are left asking “What are we, chopped liver?” … 555 more words

The Day The Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt and illustrations by Oliver Jeffers

Book Description

Published: June 27, 2013

Poor Duncan just wants to color. But when he opens his box of crayons, he finds only letters, all saying the same thing: We quit! 150 more words