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Printmaking and time-telling.

The illustrations in Another Celebrated Dancing Bear are etchings. We made that the subject of our art lesson yesterday. Alex was tired of the book and didn’t want to hear it again, so we just paged through looking at the … Continue reading

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Freezing and melting and boiling (oh my!)

On Tuesday, I was eager to get the kids out of the house since it was expected to be extra hot, but the local art museums are closed, alas. However, the Maryland Science Center was open, and I figured they … Continue reading

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New words, new math.

I didn’t have a whole lot planned for our Five in a Row lesson this morning, but Alex did. She collected a big stack of books with Russian themes and books about bears from the plastic tub I fill each … Continue reading

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Another Celebrated Dancing Bear.

Another Celebrated Dancing Bear is the story of a Russian bear named Boris who is jealous of his friend Max, a dancing bear in the Moscow Circus. Dissatisfied with his own job in the animal hospital, Boris pursues a late-in-life … Continue reading

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