Tag Archives: learning from kids

Role Reversal

As a typical 2.5 year old, Zoe really likes the word “myself”.  This gets applied to everything, from opening doors to putting on clothes to riding her bike.  In particular, I get to hear it multiple times in quick succession … Continue reading

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Katie the logician

Yesterday, Katie came up with her own, consistent logic puzzle!  This is how it happened (with the puzzle, of course). I was flipping through Alice in Puzzle-Land by Raymond Smullyan, which had just arrived in the mail.  Naturally, she asked … Continue reading

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Out of the Mouths of Children

Did it ever happen to you that a child’s innocent suggestion opened up your eyes to a whole new way of doing something?  A few days ago I experienced just the thing.  The topic that light was shed upon is … Continue reading

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