Monthly Archives: July 2015

Making The Numbers Add UP Quickly

The best way to know what’s happening in our schools is to volunteer. Parents are often invited into classrooms to listen to young children read, help students of all ages with art or science projects or to assist librarians, the office or other adults in the school. Seniors, community leaders and others also step in… Read More »

Back-to-School Sales Musings + an Offer

This time of year always excites me. I love roaming the aisles of the back-to-school supplies sales. Not only do I find inexpensive pencils, paper, crayons, markers, post-its, rulers and glue sticks, I also find new things to spruce up my personal writing desk. I’m like the proverbial kid in a candy store when it… Read More »

Great Online Education Materials

Looking for great teaching/learning materials that are free or inexpensive? Checkout  these two: and to see  ideas for parents and teachers. You will find pre-K through high school sections of worksheets, ideas and books recommended by teachers. You will also find my Educating America books and materials as well as my primary freebies… Read More »