The power of the fist bump is that is lessens the spreading of germs.
This week, students at my school participated in Field Day. Field Day is a fun time for all the students. Parents come out and cheer their kids as each class competes against each other. Yes, in several of the activities there is a First, Second and Third place!
As I was monitoring the 5th grade Field Day, one of this year’s student teachers showed up to wish the 5th graders good luck. Of course, when they saw her, they rushed to say hi. But it [...]
This article was supposed to be part of a blogtrain. But, I missed the deadline. However, links to other articles in the blogtrain are provided below.
There are many skills that children, specifically someone around the age of 12 should have. It is not really fair to try and narrow it down to a short list. Moreover, skills can be necessary in a regional sense. 12 year olds in Alaska need to know what to do when confronted by a bear. That’s not the case down here in Texas. Then, depending on your own [...]
From Todd: A while back I wrote an article entitled, EDC for Students. The goal was to give parents ideas on Everyday Carry (EDC) items that elementary students could carry in their backpacks to school. Regardless of the items, looking forward to a time when an EDC or emergency plan is needed requires planning on multiple levels. Thinking about the End of the World or the Zombie Apocalypse might be “sexy” to some. But, when we think about emergencies, we should always think about the most probable, common scenario that could affect our community like fire and storms.
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As we continue to head down the yellow brick road of economic ruin, things that we have come to rely on might start to be just beyond our reach. One of the things that I think that might be more missed than others is medical treatment. I’ve always thought that medical preparedness is one of the most important pieces to any prepper’s knowledge, you can store food and water, buy firearms and ammo, but medical preparedness is something that takes more time and knowledge than just reading a few articles and watching some videos. I believe that preppers should be [...]