I have been a big fan of Dallas Clayton for many years. What I love most about his writing is that it relays wonderfully positive and thought provoking ideas and images to children. His message is powerful, his writing is lyrical, and his illustrations are delightful—he is a modern day Shel Silverstein, and he has only just begun. When Candlewick Press contacted me about his latest book, Make Magic! Do Good!, I jumped at the…
Rachelle from Tinkerlab invited me over to her space, to chat about creative spaces for children, as a part of her series of inspiring interviews. Come visit and hear about utilizing small spaces, storing children’s work, and my dream art studio… Oh, yes and you can enter to win spot in my upcoming Playful Learning Spaces E-Course. See you there!
Ticia from Adventures in Mommydom asked me some interesting questions about maintaining spaces once they are created, working with older children, and my favorite topics to explore with my daughters. You can read more of our conversation and about Ticia’s thoughts on the book by clicking here. To visit the complete Playful Learning Blog Tour, click here.
Jo from A Bit Of This and A Bit Of That asked me some really good questions about playful learning, working with reluctant readers or writers and giving children a solid foundation in life. You can read more of our conversation and about Jo’s thoughts on the book by clicking here. To visit the complete Playful Learning Blog Tour, click here.
Today I am over at Chalk Talk with Spell Outloud. Maureen Spell asked me some thoughtful questions, including which of the projects from Playful Learning has had the most profound impact on my family… You can read more of our conversation here. To visit the complete Playful Learning Blog Tour, click here.