Organized education operates on the assumption that children learn
and only what
and only because we teach them.
That is not true.
It is very close to one hundred percent false.
- John Holt
As long as we are on the subject, here are a few other travel games I made -
The Slug Bug Graph; Things that Go Graph; and Big’s favorite, The Construction Equipment Graph.
I also created a new page in the sidebar, so all my printables are in one place.
I’m very techy that way.
Tags: travel games
Thank you! My kids are teenagers, except one is 11. I will be printing off the VW sheet, because I am tired of hearing, “Punch Buggie RED!”. I try to get them to stop by yelling, “Punch old person wearing yellow shirt riding bike on sidewalk very slowly.” That doesn’t work. All I get in return is, “MOOOoooM!” Kids. New rule: Loose a point if you yell, “PUNCH BUGGIE….”. I, however; will continue to sing opera in the car. No points taken away. Oh yeah. Good to be the mom.
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I love this!
Very cool, mom!
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I so needed this last week. That will teach me not to ignore my google reader! Thanks, I’ll use it for the next road trip!
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