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- Call Out Racism Where It Lives
- “YOU Are A Terrible Person!”
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- Parents Taking Liberties
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- Two Tricks My Mother Played Well
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Category Archives: Education
By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | May 7, 2014 Parents never cease to amaze me with their ingenuity and drive to bring up their children to be happy and productive adults. Natasha shared her method for choosing and earning reward activities … Continue reading
Traveling abroad enriches the mind in unexpected ways just as it did for my own daughter. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | February 1, 2014 My daughter Katie studied art in Italy for a year. She had taught herself to play … Continue reading
O’clock, a quarter of, half past – what does it all that mean? By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | December 25, 2013 As kids go, I must have been one of the hardest to teach how to tell time. My fourth … Continue reading
Parents second-guess many decisions made when their children were young but we all did the best we could. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | November 6, 2013 Last night I saw a scary movie meant for children and immediately my thoughts … Continue reading
By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | August 28, 2013 Successful students use many different methods to take notes in class. Below are nine proven methods from different reliable sources compiled by Barbara J. Feldman of Surfnetkids.com. Please look these over and … Continue reading
We instinctively cover our ears when we know we are about to hear an extremely loud noise, but what about those loud noises we do not expect? By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | August 21, 2013 Extremely loud sounds do not … Continue reading
Trayvon’s Law Summary – NAACP In light of the tragic death of Trayvon Martin and the overwhelming national awareness around numerous issues surrounding this case, the NAACP has developed a set of policy principles called “Trayvon’s Law” which embody legislative … Continue reading
Writing about spanking drums up negative images from my childhood that makes it seem like just yesterday. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | August 8, 2013 Many will remember the early years of computers when our internet connections via telephone lines … Continue reading
From a parent’s perspective, a pet shop’s best sales clerks are all four-legged or feathered, crawl, swim or slither. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | August 7, 2013 Pets can be wonderful for children and there are benefits as well: improved … Continue reading
Many children have uttered the term “retard” or “retarded” to express their dislike of someone or during an argument not thinking of the group of people they offend. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | August 1, 2013 Children – and many adults … Continue reading
Hobbies are wonderful for children and it is even more fun when the whole family can get involved. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | July 31, 2013 My daughter Chelsey expressed a keen interest in cemeteries when she was about three … Continue reading