You can teach chess by being an opponent, or by being an Obi-wan Kenobi’s ghost voice. All of a sudden this is a way more fun way to teach chess (a move here and there instead of a physical probably-to-be-unfinished-game-at-a-time is a big plus…and the cleanup is a lot quicker, too)
When is the right time for them to learn about Greek Mythology? When they are interested in it. I made the six year old a Lego Pegasus because he’s interested in Greek Mythology. The four year old is starting to be interested in Greek Mythology because there’s a Lego Pegasus.
“Dad, I broke the lego structure…” The kids have been using this structure for quite a while now…it was previously the ground level of skyscraper that crumbled. He felt bad because
Insects-Ed! Hahahha! Well anyways, kids love learning about the things they love. Kids love bugs. Unless they are taught not to 🙂
So it turns out we butterfly! Did you ever hear that as a verb before? Right now we have two little caterpillars (we can find out if they are male or female once they are butterflies) much smaller than a dime.