I am not sure how or why this came about but it’s stuck with me since I was 19 years and 11 months old. Most people have a difficult time with 40, 50 and so only however for me (go figure) I had/have an irrational fear of turning 20 and beyond. Continue reading
Parents and teachers this book is a must for your kids. The mixture of black and white pictures intertwined with bold colors and patterns is sure to keep visual interest. Vocabulary enrichment is very important for reading and comprehension skills and this book is packed with academic and robust vocabulary.
Personality traits and knowing when is a good time to behave one way and not others are difficult concepts to understand and teach. In the classroom this would be a great jumping off point for read and writes, writers workshop and vocabulary pictures, the options are endless. The book creates this through illustrations and text. The characters are portrayed with two separate and distinct personalities. Every detail throughout supports this down to their pet dog who is a character himself. The kids will wait with anticipation just to see what their pup is up to and where and when he may show up.
When Milo and Lulu get to act out there mayhem they finally realize they may have pushed it a little too far, ouch. I look forward to many more adventures with Lulu and Milo.
I know you want this book and here’s where you can get it.
Teachers when you get back from the winter break your going to need some ammo in order to get the kids to pay attention and this book is your answer! Have the kids come up with their own adventure for Milo and Lulu. This is a wonderful cooperative project. How about having the kids create a new character!
Parents can stir the imaginations of their children. Show them how to think creatively and outside the box. Introduce them to new words and give them an advantage in school either now or when they enter. Either way you can’t go wrong. The worst that will happen is you’ll split your pants laughing.
It always amazes me when parents tell me that their child’s teacher has it out for their son or daughter. Continue reading
Today’s moms are being compared to moms from the ’50’s and ’60’s. That is unrealistic and absurd because lifestyles today are nothing like they were then. Moms today hold fulltime jobs outside the home. The majority, yes majority of moms today are single moms. Continue reading