Fight and/or feel disappointed over things that “regular” people would never in their wildest dreams become upset about.
Liiiiiike… who gets to do the chores such as mopping, washing dishes, sweeping, or watering the plants. 137 more words
A few months ago, I posted about how we’ve been focusing on the life skill of cleaning recently. It’s been a summer of slowing down, back to the basics, working together. 100 more words
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A new study on the early childhood music landscape looks at the Canadian experience of music education before children begin school. Using a questionnaire, Bolduc and Evrard identified three categories of early childhood educator: those with little musical knowledge, those with good musical knowledge, and those with in-depth musical knowledge. 455 more words
Limerick has been having significant difficulties falling asleep, at nap time and at bed time, even when he is obviously exhausted (bags under his eyes, defiant and emotionally-driven behavior, constant yawns, lack of appetite and a desire for milk, etc.). 438 more words
I've started getting involved with the Music Education Council in England, and they are doing a fantastic load of work! Making connections with all the organisations that represent music teachers and providers, they are actively working on developing the profile of music in government. 1,214 more words