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Tag Archives: not math
Why learn poetry by heart?
[This is a guest post by Yulia Shpilman. It is not about math, and therefore a bit unusual for this blog. However, I feel that many of the reasons and advice that she gives for learning poetry apply to learning … Continue reading
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My very own Beautiful Oops!
Katie really likes crepes, but she hasn’t had them in a while. I used to like making crepes, but I haven’t done it in quite a longer while. Earlier this week, Katie complained about #1, which reminded me of #2. … Continue reading
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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I can’t really take credit for the ideas (most of it goes to my sister), but here are some holiday artsandcrafts projects that we did with Katie and her cousins Ari and Ben. Horses made out of a toilet paper … Continue reading
Yummy Post
Last week we spent a wonderful four days in the company of a large group of awesome people. We had lots of great activities that were fun for both kids and adults. I will probably post about them occasionally throughout … Continue reading
The story of a shoe
Yesterday evening, Katie and I went on an adventure. It wasn’t a random walk in the dark with flashlights – it was a walk with a purpose. We were looking for a shoe that Zoe (my 10 month old) had … Continue reading
What is a budsie?
Katie is not a big fan of stuffed animals; she much prefers barbie sized dolls. However, there are two stuffed animals that she is attached to more than any of her other toys: the dog that she has slept with … Continue reading
Fun activity: rock climbing
Warning: this is a nonmathrelated post :). Today I took Katie rock climbing with me for the first time (unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to take a picture, but maybe next time). First, if your kid likes climbing on … Continue reading