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I am a part time college instructor and full time craft and cooking enthusiast. I live in the deep south with my husband and two boys. Happy Reading!
My boys. Sweet, silly, constantly singing. J eats all his veggies. A does not. Neither of them is the quiet one.
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Category Archives: Learning with Super A
This is probably one of the easiest topics for fall learning, plus A is learning a lot about this topic at school as well, so by the end of fall he should be well versed in knowledge about pumpkins. So … Continue reading
A has been interested in spiders since he was little. He would find the tiniest of spiders in a corner of the house and exclaim “I see spider!” and would grab our hand and drag us to that corner so … Continue reading
When A was little we used to read and read for hours. A would sit in my lap and I would go through a stack of twenty library books while he patiently listened. He had some stories that he liked … Continue reading
Sup. My husband and I tend to use ‘sup as a greeting when we have had an especially tiring day, and with J this has been an especially tiring day. He is getting all four of a set of his … Continue reading
A and I completed the first Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle book last Wednesday (the book he is “reading” above is the second in the series). We have struggled with chapter books in the past (The Phantom Tollbooth, The Mouse and the Motorcycle … Continue reading
As this is A’s last year of pre-K they are working on lots of the skills that they will need for Kindergarten. Three of these skills are cutting with scissors, tracing and writing letters with a pencil, and coloring within … Continue reading
This week A was very excited to earn this: A brand new Star Wars set, featuring Jango Fett:He earned the set from doing things on his chore chart and avoiding things on the discipline chart that I made: Over the … Continue reading
Yesterday A and I did a little food science, by determining how long it takes a solid to become a liquid while using low heat. What did we use? Marshmallows and butter. The starting point. On medium to low heat. … Continue reading
This was one of our long weekend adventures. It is relatively easy to do (unless you overly complicate it, as I did), and you can use popsicle molds if you have them, or you can just use dixie cups and … Continue reading