Lots and lots of quick ideas for having a merry month. Many are completely free and most are very inexpensive. You can make great memories, all the while have learning experiences that seem like play. Don’t spend ALL your time on academics. Have some fun, especially this year. Chock full of ideas to the end — you are going to love ’em!
Just felt that I needed to go over the resources I offer, since many of you haven’t heard of them yet. Starting with the book that started this broadcast, I give you a 360 birds’ eye view of all your child’s needs, to you can pick what to teach, then give you some choices about methods, so that you can go and pick curricular resources — RATHER than just shoot in the dark as is usually done. You are not trying to replicate a failed and limited public school system, with it very limited fact/skill base, aimed at the average student, with methods at best suited for the factory system. Yes! This is directly overcoming “learning disabilities” or “overcoming learning problems” — each chapter deals with different learning needs and how to cover that — no matter if your student is average, above or below — who cares? The point is, how can you help your student. I answer that.
Also I talk about solid and unique resources for study skills and learning English spelling. Also, other resources for the parent, educator, and citizen interested in education. Come to www.overcominglearningproblems.org.
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Happy Thanksgiving, Blessed Nativity, and happy anyday!
Wow! Can we be thankful this year? The Spirit moved me to thank God for the upheaval. I was surprised. In this episode I ask where the Thanksgiving decorations are. Time to bring them back. Overcome bad curricula at home. Think about forming children with joy, aspirations, altruism, and self-restraint.
The Puritans were escaping a tyrannical government, desiring religious freedom and convenanted together to create a better place. They celebrated thanksgiving with a diverse people who also had a history of giving thanks and feasting. And we think we are so great that we take celebrating the good part away from our children?
Offered are some ideas of how to make Thanksgiving better: books, art, developmentally appropriate story.
Since I posted this, I have heard a couple of other messages that also encouraged the celebration of Thanksgiving, particularly at this time.
Pastor Bonnie Chavda, who had a special anointing to work on healing race relations, spoke on honoring the history of Thanksgiving : https://chavdaministries.org/Groups/1000047683/Chavda_Ministries_International/Media/Podcasts/Podcasts.aspx
And Kevin Zadai speaks on the importance of celebrating God and with our family. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcy3znZrKj8