A, a, ants in my arm…

Some days ago, I was reading an article in a teacher’s magazine about singing and how through singing children can develop their vocabulary and learn phonics naturally. The funny thing is, nowadays children do not sing in school as often as they should. Many mothers I have spoken to say the same. My son, if … Continue reading A, a, ants in my arm…

The power of the Gesture

I have been thinking about this simple yet powerful phrase for days – if not weeks. Last weekend I was talking to a dear friend on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean who is a teacher as well and we were talking about children and education (as you inevitably do once all the exchange … Continue reading The power of the Gesture