Not Just for Kids

It’s in my nature as a preschool editor to pay a lot of attention to process art projects I see online. There are so many cool things to use when making process art! And what’s particularly amusing is that when I’m done pondering the benefits of a project for a preschooler, I usually think about…

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Thank you, Ronald Reagan

I am neither a history buff nor a political pundit; however, I must give kudos to the United States president who designated July as National Ice Cream Month and the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day. President Ronald Reagan called for all people of the United States to observe these two events with “appropriate ceremonies and…

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Fashion Faux Pas

One year when I was teaching kindergarten, I had an adorable little fashionista in my class. Her outfits were always lovely, and her hair was always perfect. One day, one of my other students wore a black dress with navy sandals. My fashionista was horrified! She came to me and said, “Miss B., I don’t…

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Quack!

I travel with a friend quite frequently, and we have a tendency to get up early to hit the ground running when we’re sightseeing. To accomplish this, my friend sets multiple alarms on her smartphone. The first alarm is a duck quacking. Then there are five minutes of silence. Next, we hear dogs barking. After…

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