Monthly Archives: August 2015

Emergent Readers and Reading Recovery

While teaching kindergarten, I was required to study in a program called Reading Recovery with our school site’s designated reading coach.  I was skeptical at first, and honestly did not want to participate in the program.  I am thankful that … Continue reading

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The American Family and Education from 1620-2015

The first European families to settle in America educated their children at home.  Later, families had the option to send their children to educational institutions set up by the local churches.  By 1837, the local government began schooling kids.  Eventually, … Continue reading

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Our Nearly Foot Long Carrot

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Backyard Garden Beet, Cantaloupes, Tomatoes, Red Bell Pepper, and Tomatillos

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