Thank you to my son for showing me that there are different ways to learn literacy.
I spent a morning in Grandma Kathy’s kitchen learning to bake bread. To some that may sound like no big deal. For someone like me, whose college roommate once said that I could only cook “what I can unwrap and stick in the microwave”, it was huge.
The hype of the new school year is beginning to wear off… is your child losing motivation in the classroom? And better yet, are you involved at their school? Here are some resources for both of you.
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