Archive Monthly Archives: January 2013

Review: Teach Kids Chess

A couple of years ago (most of my Jan 2011 posts were really from my old website when I switched to blogger) I started teaching my son how to play chess.  I managed to teach how each of the pieces move and how to set up the board.  However, it’s been 2 years and we […]

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Are there really long term benefits to Early Learning?

This is a question I have been asked quite a few times, and one of the only questions my husband has been asked about early learning, so I will do my best to answer that question in this post. In a word:  Yes.  Taken at face value the question almost makes me laugh, for what […]

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2013 Education Goals

It’s time to publicly make my biggest education goal for the year:  to read 2,013 books to my children.  Repeats count, so if I read a favorite many times I’m good.  Still, I am going for variety- I would love to have a nice list of 1,000 or more when the year is over.  This […]

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