In a post somewhere I mentioned that I had read and enjoyed French Women Don’t Get Fat by Mireille Guiliano. My sweet husband joined in the fun and bought me some wonderful French chocolate and very dark cocoa mix, and we’ve enjoyed more than a few baguettes since we have a French bakery close to us. In addition to providing me with a special taste of France, I was also given another book written by Robert Arbor called Joie De Vivre and I found it equally delightful. One of the new tricks I’ve added to my cooking repertoire is
As many of you are moving into the last month of summer
and will resume studies in the fall,
I thought I might share
with you a few ideas to tuck in your heart.
First, when you get back to your studies and are ready to present your first lessons don’t forget to “start with what they know.” It is so much fun to begin a lesson by finding out what your students already know about a subject. Children enjoy having something to