Teach your children who St. Patrick was, the namesake of St. Patrick’s Day.
Even if you’re not Catholic, it’s pretty meaningful and interesting.
Above image from Catholic Link.
A shamrock has 3 leaves representing the Holy Trinity- Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Written and compiled by Paulette L. Motzko.
March 16th 2018. 9:38 p.m.
Images from Pinterest.
Bottom image from Sweetlittleonesblog.com.
Image from Motivational Quotes, Quote from Dr. Seuss.
Written & Compiled by Paulette Motzko.
March 18th 2017 12:34 p.m.
Is there something that other people have told you is impossible but you know it’s not?
Is there a goal that you would like to achieve?
What are some of the big goals or “mountains” you want to climb?
Anyone can answer these questions no matter what age. Remember that passion is the driving force the propels you forward like the jet engine of a rocket, towards your goals.
Thank You, Sergeant Curran, Our Pen-Pal – http://wp.me/p4mtSO-H7
Some of the wonderful letter’s Jennie’s class wrote to send to Sergeant Curran.
Clint, shown above reading to the wonderful kids, is the father of Sergeant Curran. The book he is reading was one of his favorites.
There is nothing like story time to connect a child to the characters and true meaning in a book.
What a wonderful true story my dear teacher friend Jennie tells here!
The man who read the story was the father of the sergeant all the kids were writing to in the military.
The idea that they were thanking him for protecting them is just wonderful; it really makes it very clear how connected we all are on this planet.
Text Written and shared by Paulette L Motzko the fabulous WordPress blog “A Teacher’s Reflections” by Jennie Fitzkee.
Photography by Jennie Fitzkee, used with her permission.
Compiled by Paulette Motzko on March 10th 2017 at 7:01 a.m & updated 5:53 p.m.
Updated March 12th, 2017 2:17 p.m.