Well, we’ve been very, very, very, very busy! We produced a 365-page book, the “Educator’s and Home Educator’s Guide–how to integrate your students’s interests and passions into the learning environment,”–with hundreds of examples of reproducible Creative Learning Activities. We’ve hit the road and spoken from Fort Worth to Dallas TX, from San Diego to (more…)
Think about it. Enough said
We are born into this world to learn how to reconnect to who we are and follow the path that is both laid out before us and we participate in creating. Teach your child to be less dependent on outside forces, institutions, corporations and cultural norms—and more connected to internal direction, intuition, and divine guidance. (more…)
Want to see a spatial Intelligence? It doesn’t have to be a sculpture or a drawing or a painting. Could show up just as video. Watch what these creative nine-year-olds using their spatial intelligence, collaboration and a few resources can do!:
Why do you think you are here? To hide? To be less than you were supposed to be? Doesn’t that sound like the waste of a good life? Drop what you think you know about yourself and look with different eyes. Spirit is magnificent. So are you. All things are possible if we decide (more…)
Answer: Watch what your child is doing—yes?
What can an early musical intelligence look like? It can begin with tapping on the high chair, banging the silverware on the table, using everyday items to make sounds, bopping to a beat. Watch what it might become, even in the toddler stage.
Children are a paradox. Full and complete from birth, yet constantly forming, they are ‘becoming.’ That means, they are trying to grow into that which they have always been, and anchor who they are into the world of form and substance. Who are they now? How do we see them? With what eyes do we (more…)
Our dreams are aspirations of the soul trying to create, trying to be freed, trying to bring meaning and purpose to our lives. Pay attention to your highest aspirations and hopes. Create through them. Bring them into reality.
Kialulolani Okohoaka Kapuakukahi Piu Ukpihea, (also known as eight-year-old Kaya), is hardly bigger than her Hawaiian name. But her persona and ability to express herself through her body is so much greater than either her name or her age or her size. Watch her light up as she explains she started out doing ballet, but (more…)