- Roasted Cauliflower Salad with Lemon Tahini Dressing
Mexican Chicken Soup
sour cream, cheddar cheese, avocado, cilantro, tomato, tortilla chips
Pork Meatballs, quinoa, veg
roasted chicken, mashed potatoes, veg
mac 'n' cheese, BBQ beef sandwiches
Zesty Italian Pasta
Garlic Parmesan Kale Pasta with fried eggs
Slow Cooker Honey Glazed Pork Meatballs, rice, veg
Another project for today: my NEW Online Curriculum Project.
Simply put, as much as I love to recommend books, some people just don't have access to the bookstores and books that would be common in the U.S. I had a client from India write to me and ask me to put together as many online links as possible for ages 3-8. The result is
Obviously this is a brand new project since I only started working on it today, so if you think of something I've missed, please send me a comment!
One of my favorite parts of this day has been looking back at Suzanne Down's monthly early childhood storytelling/puppetry newsletter. Here are some of the back issues (from my collection):
- January 2017 story: Little New Year
Natalie and Leah both had homework; Becca has been working on her geometric drawing (an equilateral triangle, figure 8, figure 9 from Sheen).
Geometry and the Imagination: The Imaginative Treatment of Geometry in Waldorf Education by A. Renwick Sheen (available free online at The Online Waldorf Library at the link above; purchase at the link below)
Geometry and the Imagination
equilateral (Latin), equal sides
isosceles (Greek), equal legs
scalene (Greek), limping, uneven
And, of couse, Zac is running around being almost-two and totally adorable.
Cozy. Lovely. Vacation.
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