Daily Archives: May 12, 2011

The Value of Children’s Artwork

An interesting discussion on LinkedIn: someone asked why children’s art is “undervalued” and “just gets lost.” I responded: As a former preschool teacher, I love children’s artwork. I always enjoyed looking at it and talking to the three-year-old artists about … Continue reading

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Stamptuary Hall: John Sevier

Yesterday a teacher visiting the Capitol told me her school group was from John Sevier Middle School, and she was impressed when I was able to spell it correctly. “He’s one of our statues!” I told her. “First governor of … Continue reading

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