There’s a new phenomenon for children and it’s not the latest game system or digital apparatus. It’s meditation, and it’s neat and nifty and into sucking in any child that wants to tag along. I noticed the phenomenon taking flight a few years back when I read and reviewed Stories That Come Alive Through Yoga by Biologist and Early Childhood Educator, Renee Sherkness. ILearn more
Look at this photograph carefully. How many stories do you think are present? Find out. Happy Imagireading!
This Sunday marks the 151st anniversary of the day the announcement was made to abolish slavery in Texas. The tidal announcement eventually rippled through other states in the South freeing all African-Americans who were enslaved. Today, many states observe June 19th as Juneteenth in honor of the monumental day and all kinds of celebrations are held in memory. There have been many books forLearn more
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When we attended Imagiread’s Artist(s) of Storytelling we had a blast! I was reminded to take our Family Literacy time together seriously.
After Tiffany came to our school and read “It’s Water Time, Ma!” my daughter woke up every morning and drank water first thing. She never drank water before that, I am so thankful.