Calling 911

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What do the follow things have in common: Families eating, parents working on the house, kids playing, and scrubbing up at bath time? Tons of opportunities for fun and a small risk of an emergency happening. One of the great things about children is that they are extremely curious and they love to learn about…

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Children and Books


Last week as I was visiting a preschool, I overhead a conversation related to books at the lunch table. “How old do you have to be to go to the library?” asked Ami.

Another child answered, “I’m 3 and I’ve been there before. You have to be three.” The discussion continued for a couple of minutes with the children deciding that “You have to be three years old to go to the library.”

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Homeless in Seattle: Part 2


The following events occurred 12/13/11 in my Trailblazer Classroom, which contained eighteen 3-5 year olds.  Some names have not been included and some images have been altered per parent request.) This morning was an important and special morning for the Trailblazers. We were having Isaiah John, a homeless newspaper vendor, come to visit our classroom…

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