Cheap Ways to Prevent Summer Brain Drain

Remember the days of being a kid on summer vacation? Not having a care in the world was the best thing! Perhaps, though, your child has hit that spot where they’re saying they’re bored! I offer up some cheap ways to prevent summer brain drain (and keep your child occupied) at the Shine-a-Light Press website.Continue reading “Cheap Ways to Prevent Summer Brain Drain”

Book Review- Hello from Here – Kids Book

As adults, we might miss the people that we can’t see very often. We might call, send letters, or use other forms of communication to show we care. Can kids understand this? Can small children grasp the concept of “love from afar”? Writer Pamela Kennedy has partnered with Illustrator MacKenzie Haley to show that yes,Continue reading “Book Review- Hello from Here – Kids Book”

Homeschooling Resource Roundup

Are you new to homeschooling? Are you loving the pace of learning online or still trying to find your stride? No matter which camp you are in, you’ll enjoy the free insights from Oak Meadow’s Living Education free online journal. This edition focuses on how life has changed due to the pandemic, and more importantly,Continue reading “Homeschooling Resource Roundup”

After Intermission

If you’ve ever caught the acting bug, you probably understand why theatre goers and actors all over are aching for the time when it will be safe to lift restrictions, and the “show will go on” as normal. If not, you may be wondering why all the creative types are missing the arts so muchContinue reading “After Intermission”

Eyes On Culture: Multiply Excellence In Your School

What does success look like in a school? Is it possible for all kids to succeed? What does it look like to hold teachers accountable? All these questions and more are answered in Eyes on Culture: Multiply Excellence In Your School by Emily Paschall. Paschall shares her passion for education and her experiences as aContinue reading “Eyes On Culture: Multiply Excellence In Your School”