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Archive of entries posted on April 2011

Childhood Memories – Making Money and Preserving the Environment

Childhood Memories – Making Money and Preserving the Environment
Childhood Memories – Making Money and Preserving the Environment: Ahead of My Time
In the fifties and sixties people weren’t aware of environmental issues like they are today. As a kid I must have been ahead of my time. I was helping our environment and didn’t know it. Actually, I was just trying to make a little spending change, but my money making projects were environment friendly.
Childhood Memories – Making Money and Preserving the Environment: Glass Pop Bottles
The first project was collecting pop-bottles. When I started collecting bottles the […]

Childs Play – Teaching with Games

Childs Play – Teaching with Games
Childs Play – Teaching with Games: Child Games and Training
My grandchildren are incredibly intelligent.(Of course I’m not prejudiced.) My two year old grandson, like many sharp youngsters, soaks up information. His favorite question is, “What’s that, Grampa?”
I have the opportunity to spend quite a bit of time with my grandchildren. We play many wonderful child games. (I don’t worry about looking foolish; I’m a grandparent, you know.) But with the fellowship we share there is an obligation, which is the obligation to train them. That brings us to the one-two game.
Childs Play – Teaching with […]