Category Archives: Preschool

Carl Sommer’s Principles of Success

Last week, we talked to Carl Sommer about his books for young children that teach character principles — like the mouse who discovered it was best to pay attention to what his mother said. This time he lost only his … Continue reading

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New Books for Children With Character Development Play in new window | Download (Duration: 0:56 — 437.7KB)Subscribe: Android | Email | RSS | MoreNew discovery for me and for many people I hear from: a set of better books, all with themes that develop character for … Continue reading

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New Book Announcement – English Spelling Patterns

I wrote this first for my grandsons. I have never seen spelling taught in an organized, sensible fashion. Well, except once: my friend was teaching her preschooler at home and started with cat, rat, bat. So sensible. Never done. Later, … Continue reading

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