What makes a science fair a special experience for students? Is it the opportunity to learn how to do something, seeing other completed projects, or is it simply the love of creating something really cool?
Hi, readers! First of all, I'd like to thank you for all of the love and support I received from last week's Wonder Woman Wednesday - a tribute to MY Wonder Woman, my mom. It really meant a lot to me.
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It’s quite often I think about my kids’ future. Do they want to play soccer or start ballet? What kind of music or movies will they love? Will they continue to love learning, as much as they seem to now? And occasionally, I wonder, what should I do if they struggle with anything in school?
Hey, guys and gals! It's time for another exciting Wonder Woman Wednesday. Wednesday is commonly referred to as "Hump Day," because it's the middle of the week. And if you can make it over the "hump," it should be smooth sailing! Personally I think it should officially be changed to Wonder Woman Day. I mean, I know that doesn't smoothly roll off the tongue and it's been called Wednesday for a while now, but don't you think it would be cool? Of course, it would!
I remember there were Starburst®. I think it was my first movie experience, although it’s sometimes hard to decipher the earlier years of my childhood now that I have my own children. I remember sitting in the theater – red seats, a darkness that comes with the lower lighting - and feeling excited for being in that giant room. I don’t think I ever realized, quite possibly until right now, that my love of going to the movie theater came from that first experience. The sense of awe from being in such a special place, eating candy, and then the lights dimming. The huge screen came to life, and I was hooked from that point forward.
Let's get on with the show. This week, we have a special treat: an interview with doll maker and artist extraordinaire, Jozef Szekeres.