In early 2020, My pastor gave a great series on ten lessons for a life of significance. He stated, “Success alone will never satisfy your life, it's when you move from success to significance that life takes on meaning and satisfaction.” Be Prepared To experience a significant life, you
All About Early Emergent Readers These aspiring readers are learning basic concepts about print and a book. For example, we read left to right, top to bottom and print continues from the end of one line to the beginning of the next (return sweep). They are also learning to identify the parts of
The Wall Street Journal recently published a news article titled Why Chinese Mothers are Superior. The article explains how Amy Chua prides herself on creating math whizzes and music prodigies. At first, I was appalled that a reputable newspaper would publish such an article but after reading the
It’s that time of year again when we visit our child’s classroom and obtain pertinent information from their teacher. While I was inundated with valuable information, my two takeaways were sound spelling and wall words. At this level, children are expected to sound out words. No grades will
Certainly not one of my usual topics Since yesterday was Columbus Day, my husband had the day off. We had spectacular plans of which none came to fruition. Thankfully, back in 1492 when Christopher Columbus set sail with Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria he experienced a different outcome!