Articles about 'Sites about Childhood'
September 12th, 2006
Check out the video of The Bath Song over at Super Simple Songs. Your kids and/or students will get a kick out of it! -Lisa
July 25th, 2006
The other day I was reading a post on a blog called French Word-a-Day. Kristin Espinasse, who writes it, was talking about an incident where her child was sick. Her French friend was present and there was a certain uncertainty about the “correct” way to take her child’s temperature. Kristin was using...
July 24th, 2006
Troy at SongStreet posted a very fun looking craft to do with kids, that’s popular in Japan. It’s a sort of boingy thing made with cups and rubber bands, that flies up in the air. Check it out!
May 10th, 2006
Check out Troy’s (SongStreet) blog post about how to make, and play, a game called Gone Fishin‘ and another one about a game called Finger Faces. Troy’s colleague Devon talks on his blog about another fun game called Freeze Dance. These guys sound like every kid’s dream teachers. You can tell they love their work and...
February 27th, 2006
Devon of Head, Shoulders, Knees and all that posted an article in his blog about his trip to the Plum Blossom Festival in Japan, called Ume Matsuri. Here’s one of the wonderful photos he took there… In Japan, Plum Blossoms are one of the first blooms in the new year. Here in New...
January 28th, 2006
Devon T is “a children’s English school director and materials developer in Tokyo”. He’s started a blog called Head, Shoulders, Knees and all that which I highly recommend. He writes, with empathy and intelligence, about many aspects of childhood from both educational and scientific perspectives. I particularly enjoyed his discussion of What...