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Awesome cards! They have been a huge help. Thank you for sharing.
Jana Taylor from Pasadena, TX
Pasadena Independent School District
March 20, 2014
The cards are interesting, educative, and have good information that can be use in many different ways. I gave my students the cards selected by habitat, and working in small groups they were able to organize the cards by their animal diet which later we related with the food chain. Selecting one animal card as a top consumer first, students were asked to build a food chain for that animal. There is a lot of information in these cards that you can keep creating new ways to use them. Thank you
Guadalupe Mahoney from United States
March 15, 2014
I just found your website and am very impressed. I am developing a few childrenís games for Red Rock State Park in Arizona, USA, and just loved your various activities. I may just (use) some of your concepts. Thank you.
Carol Woolf from Arizona, USA
March 3, 2014
Yooh! In the last 2 days, I have found myself almost stuck all the time to your website. I don't have the right words to tell you the good knowledge that I'm acquiring to share with my kids and colleagues at work. Initially, I thought I was wasting my time at the website and sent an email to Alan if there's a way he could summarize the information to about 4 pages. I realized that I was wrong to ask that question. It's knowledge that most parents don't even know they should know and that it can be found somewhere. It will marvel you how scarce you will find such worthy resource for parenting if you should search on internet. Yours should be among the best if there are any other good ones. Thank you for making it accessible.
Ebenezer from South Africa
December 12, 2013
I am pleased at how easy the site is to use. I teach 7th grade with limited technology when it comes to printing material. This is a one stop shop for food chains. Best I've seen yet.
Suggestion: Distinguish "mountains (habitat cards)" by biome names taiga, tundra or coniferous and deciduous forests etc.
Fields from Miami, Florida
March 5, 2013
Awesome! I'm taking a graduate level business ethics course and was looking to respond to someone quoting utilitarian school of thoughts. Thanks, this (Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development) is more along what I want as a moral compass.
Stan R. Simms from Arden NC USA
February 14, 2013
Thank you for your website on atmosphere. It is very informative.
John Raymond Whittaker from Detroit, MI
February 9, 2013
The cards are amazing! (They) Rival or exceed commercial cards! I haven't used them yet, but am printing them on cardstock and will laminate. I will have the kids create food webs inside one habitat e.g., arctic, rainforest. Only one concern which is the "mountain (habitat)" - I probably would have separated (the cards) by continent. Kids don't know their animals well enough and this may confuse them.
Susan Joseph from Chesapeake, Virginia
January 14, 2013
I read your article on "Gentleness: Strength Under Control", really appreciate your honesty and vulnerability in writing it. Will be keeping you in prayer.
Shirley Chua from Singapore
September 10, 2012
Great site! Love the info. As a school counselor it is refreshing to see a site not shy away from the more complex issues that plague parenting. It is also wonderful to see a site integrate psychological observations with what Scripture teaches. Christians should never shy away from the truth - God IS truth, so there is no need (?) for this!
You have a section for parent-to-child interactions, which is great. A section on child-to-child interactions (in an attempt to help parents educate children on how to build basic social skills between friends/siblings) could be very useful. Just a thought!
Jon Thompson from Grain Valley, MO (K.C. area)
April 1, 2011
Webmaster's Reply: Have not written any article on child-to-child relationships but I do have a section of ERIC digests on "social development of children".
I'm grateful for your stories. It's very good for those who are learning English. I, personally, try to learn your stories by heart. I'm not a child, but think it's good training. I'd like even more stories. Thank you.
Irina Panomarenko from Ukraine
March 14, 2011