Have you ever imagined yourself in a real and living role during that first Christmas? Here’s a game that positions you and your students of any age exchanging dynamite insights at the nativity scene on Christmas Eve. You’ll go there in person! Then see them carry the game’s fun into… Read more »
Magical benefits spring from holiday themed lessons where students build mental skills based on their treasured traditions. Looking for a way to unleash your students’ hidden and unused talents while keeping holiday spirits bright? You may remember namungos as fictional characters – with real brain parts! But did you know … Read more »
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Change the question from HOW SMART ARE YOU? to ask instead: HOW ARE YOU SMART? and you’ll ready your brain for life-changing discoveries. Einstein once claimed he was no smarter than others, but that he simply stayed with problems long after others left. Could we solve more problems with finer… Read more »
Grace is a bit like castles in the sky when we build, dream, and play as children do daily. Childlike play flings open gates into grace so that simple belief becomes love’s warmth, as it did in the fort we constructed to transform Nana’s living room for the day. Yesterday… Read more »
You’d have to have the brain of a coconut husk to miss daily news that our communities are slipping into dangerous crisis. Yet we question at times, if we have any offering against such national odds as opioids, shrinking public purse, or aging support groups such as Rotary that will… Read more »
What if Veterans Day inspired us to invigorate and celebrate a robust peace plan that offers far more benefits in wellbeing that any conflicts we create? In so doing we’d also reboot our brains with new neuron pathways for peace possibilities to resolve personal, domestic or national gripes. Let’s say… Read more »