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Books: time machines of thought.

Written word is crazy in itself, the fact that people can interpret meaning and understanding from a bunch of squiggles amazes me. Imagine the first brave soul who attempted to standardise a written language. 140 more words

Curious George

Favorite Character

Mentor text: Curious George

Kindergarten, first, and second grade students love Curious George!  What a little character he is. He always gets in trouble, even though he tries so hard to avoid it. 233 more words

Reading/Writing Connection

DIY Curious George Costume!

This year I decided to do a homemade costume for Braydon. As a child one of my fondest memories was having my costume made at home.  775 more words

Parenting And Homelife

Prepping for the Yard Sale and having a George filled weekend!

So once again, my apologies! I have been so incredibly busy my mind can’t focus right. The past week has been an explosion of events both good and bad. 293 more words


Living Curiously

When what you think you know about your life collides with the pesky truth of reality… Living curiously could be the best remedy. 

Becki Saltzman… 357 more words

Between The Lines

Monkey-see Racism/Colonialism, Monkey-do Racism/Colonialism?

  Another book we’ve been exploring is A Treasury of Curious George by Margret and H. A. Rey; it has eight short stories written in the third-person. 811 more words


Max learns a fine art from Curious George

Sometimes a tutorial from a first grader hits the spot.

Max perfected a childhood art form this summer. He revisited the book Curious George Learns to Count from 1 to 100… 47 more words