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Wrapping up Gramma’s Walk.

For our science lesson connected to Gramma’s Walk, we spent some time with a lovely older science book, Millicent Selsam’s See Along the Shore from 1961. This book stands out among the hundreds of children’s books about ocean life because … Continue reading

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Exploring disability.

I’m having a hard time keeping up with FIAR posting lately. We’re moving, so I’m supposed to be packing at night, and various small matters like my job and my children are constantly pulling at my attention. I thought about … Continue reading

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Gramma’s Walk

We started a new book this week, and now that my special project at work is complete, I have been able to get back into the swing of things with school. The new book is Gramma’s Walk, by Anna Grossnickle … Continue reading

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