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More late afternoon fun with a costumed history and geography lesson – this time with Napoleon Buonaparte, the Duke of Wellington and diplomat Klemens von Metternich. The kids can say where each key 19th century person is from, their job, … Continue reading
An English lesson about London, England and Great Britain – in costume and in character – makes kids so eager to participate that learning is effortless! Note: the child in the video above, presenting London, knew very little English, and … Continue reading
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A Teacher’s Message to Parents On Their Child’s Learning Through Performance: As a parent, what better way to KNOW you are getting results with your child’s learning? Most children are not too camera-shy. Some are, and I make sure … Continue reading