I’ve been talking with my family about ways to focus on GIVING rather than RECEIVING this holiday. Here are two ways to get the conversation started.
My family LOVES asking each other questions. Download these free printable “table questions” to share with your family this holiday.
We do check-ins almost every day on our walk home from school. I give the topic and we all take turns answering. Sometimes we do this to get conversation going at the dinner table. Now, instead of asking “How was your day?” And getting vague answers like : “fine” or “OK”. I end up learning how my kids are REALLY doing. I also learn more about the wonderful people they are… [Read more.]
Once you have kids in school, you are reminded of what I think Valentines Day should really be about… LOVE.
Happy Lunar New Year! 新年快乐 San Francisco public school students have the day off today, January 31, 2014 to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year. Did you know that SFUSD is unique in that it is one of a handful of school districts nationally to celebrate the holiday? And it is the only school […]
Christmas Comes Early for Jean Parker Elementary Students: An Early Gift Last week my daughters came home from kindergarten with an INCREDIBLE bag full of school supplies. They were so excited that they have not stopped writing and drawing on the mini-whiteboard tablets they received. In fact, I first learned about their new supplies when […]