National Teacher’s Day is May 8th. Take a look at the article I contributed to Examiner.com. Continue reading »
Mother’s Day is in less than two weeks. I long for the day where I was in elementary school, making a homemade gift for my mother. She loved all of my place mats, weaved coasters and pot holders and personalized pencil cups. Long gone are the days of crafty art projects turned treasured gifts. Continue reading »
If I say the name Anne Frank, what comes to your mind? What comes to the minds of your children or students?
This year, the week of April 15-April 22 is a week-long tribute to the 11 million lives lost during the Holocaust. In particular, Thursday, April 19 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. I, however, think every day should be a remembrance day. We should never forget what happened, who was affected and the people that suffered throughout this time.
I recently began writing for the Examiner.com. Here is my first article.
March is the month for reading — not that every month isn’t important for reading but this month is especially important. Let me tell you why. And how you can partake in the fun right in your own backyard.