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
Well, the days of almost winter are upon us. Snowsuits one day, riding scooters the next. Wet mitts, wet boots, happy, tired kids. The days start dark. Dark enough for the 4yo to call it ‘night’ and stand her ground when being corrected.
What a great addition to all the fun of hill climbs (and descents)…add kettlebells!
When the 6yo told me the weights weren’t heavy enough to make him tired, I first thought of getting him more weights. I didn’t think about