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From now on, all the teacherhacks will be posted on my new site kindergartenhacks.wordpress.com!
I just watched this short film made by International IDEA of these amazing women that are searching for change and that are working hard to get their voices heard. It’s worth watching, I promise!
Finally! Soon it will be officially accepted to use the pronoun HEN when the gender of the person we are talking about it unknown or irrelevant. This way we will be able to avoid assumptions that perpetuate norm and structures that blind our possibilities! Check out this article written by QUARTZ that talks about it.
Do you know what craft do this Easter? Easter eggs are a good suggestion that results in a physics experiment! Click on the link to see how it’s done!
If the objective of this video is to fight against violence between man and women, the producers of the campaign did exactly the opposite. They want to fight against the conflicts of power between man and women, but at the same time they don’t even treat the boys and the girl the same way. Maybe… Read More Why don’t I slap her? ‘Cause I’m a man!
Check this new material out! Approaching children to the written world is a great way to work with letters and fine motor!
I have mixed feelings about this subject. I am trying to let children at school explore their aggressiveness in the safe context of the superheroes and their adventures – read more at “Hulk should help me carry the groceries“-, but who I really want them to identify with are leaders that don’t use violence to… Read More How movies teach manhood
Make gender neutral clothing gender neutral, that’s what one parent has commented on Huffington post about this new brand Princess Awesome. My first thought was, “cool dresses!” but then read the parent’s comments and I realized how much I fell for their designs. True, they are cool dresses, but if the designers of the brand… Read More Make gender neutral clothing gender neutral
I keep on thinking about how to develop our Superhero project at school, and as usual, when your mind is busy with something, it looks like everything around you has to do with it. Yesterday I saw this awesome letter from an 11-year old girl who loves superheroes. She has a point: the superhero world… Read More Girl Superhero?