Posts here at My Little Poppies are typically about raising my children, parenting a twice exceptional child, and figuring out this whole first year of homeschooling thing. On my Facebook page, I share posts, articles, and research that I find interesting or thought-provoking, from a homeschooling-parenting-educator-school psych perspective. I’ve tried to steer clear of religion and politics (Leo would have me add, “and the Great Pumpkin!”), because I know that can get folks all riled up and, honestly, I don’t care who you pray to or who you vote for as long as you are kind. But, the thing is, I’ve promised Leo that I’d do my NaBloPoMo while he does his NaNoWriMo and today is Sunday and the only thing I have to write about is something that happened today while at church. If you’d like to leave me right here, I understand, but I promise to not get all crazy-religious on you. I’ll keep it real.
On a separate note, guess what Leo wanted to do as soon as he got home from church and Faith Formation? Well, naturally, he wanted to play church and Faith Formation with T and Seuss in his room and read them Bible stories. Folks, I can’t make this stuff up!
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- Does a game need to be “educational” to teach something? - January 10, 2021