A Good Kind of Trouble is a middle grade book by Lisa Moore Ramee that I have read a couple of times now. But even though it’s a book written for the younger crowd, I think it’s an important book that educators and anyone who works with kids should read, because there are a lot of life lessons for adults in this book, too. There are also a lot of things even beyond the social justice message, that teachers should think about. First, let me introduce you to the book.Continue reading “Lessons Learned from A Good Kind of Trouble by Lisa Moore Ramee”
More books for your home or classroom! You know how much I love these books from Nat Geo Kids! And here’s another great collection for you to enter to win. Keep them for yourself and your family or your classroom or give them away! Best of luck to you in entering! Continue reading “Nat Geo Kids Spring Reading Essentials #Giveaway Ends 3/31 @DeliciouslySavv @NGKidsBks”
I found another great Nat Geo Kids Books giveaway to share with you all! As you probably know if you follow me at all, these are some of my favorite books for kids. I had a ton of them on the shelf in my classroom and the kids just ate them up. Now you can add some to your home or classroom collection or share them with your favorite teacher! Good luck entering! Continue reading “Enter the @NGKidsBks Mega Prize Pack #Giveaway (Ends 3/31) @HomeJobsByMom”
Today is International Women’s Day and I have seen a lot of posts about Maria Montessori. So I decided to pen a few of my thoughts on her along my journey of being a Montessori Kid to Montessori Educator to Montessori Writer.
I first remember learning about Maria Montessori in my primary years. Primary at my school meant grades 1-3. I’m sure we learned about her at other times, too. That particular year, my third grade year, probably sticks out the most because that is the year my class put on the play “You Can Be What You Want To Be.”Continue reading “Thoughts on Maria Montessori Over My Montessori Journey”