Monthly Archives: September 2013

Week 38: Double Dutch

This week focuses on the Netherlands and Denmark. Did you know Holland is not a country but a province? I didn’t either. Nor did I have any knowledge of the turbulent history of these countries – they named their wars … Continue reading

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Week 37: Countries of the World Unite

Over two years ago I started a series of flag squares. At the time, over 40 countries were contributing to Knit-a-Square. Now that number is up to 50 countries! In true Sagittarian nature, the project eventually became an unfinished object … Continue reading

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Week 36: How To Phrase A Phrase

What’s in a phrase? It’s amazing how the order of words in a sentence can change the meaning and increase its power. Andrea Gardner, an author from the U.K., wrote the book Change Your Words, Change the World, gives seminars and created a … Continue reading

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Week 35: Tiny Superheroes

I believe all kids are heroes. They’re told what to do every day with the only options being to comply or be punished. They struggle to learn new things, behave the way the “grownups” expect them to and remember everything … Continue reading

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