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Positieve taal

Friday February 20th, 2015

In een van de vele pedagogische cursussen leerden we dat we kinderen positief en concreet moesten corrigeren. Dit klinkt misschien ingewikkeld, maar dat is het totaal niet. In plaats van “nee”, “neeeeeee”, of “doe dat nou niet”, “hou nou eens op” zeg je concreet wat je wél wilt zien of horen. Bijvoorbeeld: “laat dat schaaltje maar op de tafel staan”.…

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Christmas ideas

Friday December 5th, 2014

In Germany, where I am originally from, its a tradition to make an advent calender voor de kids. When I was younger it would sometimes just be a store bought one with chocolates in it. The best ones though, were the ones with little gifts for us. You never knew what would be in it! ( unless it was a…

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Always the same old

Sunday November 16th, 2014

The neverending owl. Here it is again. One day I showed my daughter how to draw an owl with just one line. The instruction video is to be found on Pinterest! Since I showed her, she has repeated the owl endless times. A bigger one, a shorter one, stacked on top of each other, coloured with paint and with crayons.…

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Cry baby

Saturday November 1st, 2014

When I was pregnant with my oldest daughter I was floating on that pink cloud that people are talking about. The pregnancy was easy, I was happy and could have kept her in there for some more months. I was dreading to give birth because I didn´t know what to expact. It was a long night and the pink cloud…

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Dyslexia

Wednesday October 15th, 2014

I have a daughter, she is twelve years old and another one of 8 years old. They both have dyslexia. Dyslexia is some kind of error in your brain what makes it difficult to read words. They are both slow with reading, they make mistakes with spelling and the oldest has reached the end of AVI in the last class…

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Filosophers

Tuesday October 14th, 2014

Talking to your kids In this world where people often accept things the way they are, without wondering, I think it is important to make kids wonder every now and than. I love doing that by asking them questions that don´t have a fitted answer. In some way that is a very simple form of filosophy. Asking open questions and…

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