Tag: make a difference

Kindergarten #tbt Show and Tell –part 11

Happy K IS FOR KINDERGARTEN Day! Today’s #tbt is extra special because… my first K is for Kindergarten book party is tonight AND I get to introduce you to a dear friend, actor/writer/beautiful human being, Shelby Wulfert. Who did this kindergartner grow up to be? If you stopped by to read last week’s post you… Read more »

I Wish People Knew…part 5…by Tess, age 11

Today’s post is from Tess, who came to the US from her birth country, China. There are no known records of her biological parents. Our guest contributor, Tess, recently celebrated her 11th birthday. 1. I wish people knew…. that I would like to know more about my birth parents and it is hard that I… Read more »

I Wish People Knew… part 4 “No adoption looks the same.”

I Wish People Knew… by Hannah Wasserman –continued from an earlier post. I wish people would realize that not everything is based on a person’s appearance. More specifically, I wish people knew family has nothing to do with appearance. I have had people think that my brother is my boyfriend and that my sister is… Read more »

We, too, are America–a play for #BlackHistoryMonth.

Need something new for #BlackHistoryMonth? A history unit? #Diversity? Because #BlackLivesMatter? As a theater teacher, I write plays for my students to perform when I can’t find what I need. And because I know how busy you are, I thought I’d share this one. (Free PDF download below)  WE, TOO, ARE AMERICA–a tribute for Black… Read more »

Why I LOVE Skype & YOU Might Too.

I’ve just returned from visiting 22 schools all over the world in twelve days. 1,000+ kids–all levels and cultures–and boy did we have fun! It was not the most direct route, mind you.  California (Los Altos Hills) –> Illinois –> New Hampshire –> Texas (Fort Worth) –> Malaysia –> Pakistan –> U.A.E /Dubai (Kinders and… Read more »