A Boise teacher in her 70's is helping kids learn outside of the classroom in an usual way: with a tablecloth. Micky Afnan began her career as an educator in 1958. She taught high school, then elementary students....
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“Sometimes you just want to sit down and have a meal or conversation with your child without constantly working to turn it into a learning opportunity, right? On the other hand, what if the those opportunities presented themselves without even a tiny bit of hassle or struggle or convincing? What if that simple act of eating or talking was all that a parent needed to do to help their child develop critical skills that they would need for when school begins?”
“The tablecloth fits perfectly on our kitchen table and my daughters have so much fun with it while they eat breakfast. My four year old is really improving her addition skills while my two year old is getting awesome at counting”
”Ellie, my six year old, likes quizzing Lizzie, my two year old: “Lizzie, can you find the medium sized hamburger?” or “Lizzie, can you find the purple diamond?” Little Lizzie has actually added some new words to her growing vocabulary this past week thanks to all their time spent at the table. “
I’m loving the Table-Time Look & Learn “Mostly Math” learning tablecloth! Can you imagine sitting at this educational tablecloth? Your kids, ages 18 mos. to 6 years, will discover 20 fun, interactive math concepts. Don’t you think this is a delightful way to learn?
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