Australia is a more equal society than the US, but the general pattern of things is probably similar.
1) Ali Baba kaj Kvardek Rabistoj;
2) Azeno kiu donas Oron - 1a Parto
3) Azeno kiu donas Oron - 2a Parto
4) Haĉjo en Feliĉo
5) Haĉjo kaj Grenjo
6) Lupo kaj sep Kapridoj
7) Magiaj Pantofloj - 1a. Parto
8) Trezorserĉisto - 2a. Parto
9) Mirakla Kuracisto - 3a. Parto
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I thought that this presentation about Down's Syndrome was beautifully done and worth sharing.
Reece's Rainbow is an amazing organization that helps orphans with Down's Syndrome find families.
I thought I might start this blog on childhood by introducing myself.
As you can see, my own children are just about stretching the definition by now at 22, 18 and 16 :-)
Besides them, my experience of children has been mostly through teaching.
I started with high school kids in 1985, shifted to primary and pre-primary around 1989, worked with youths in 1993 and back to high school from 1994 to 2000 and it's been mostly primary since then.
At Quininnup Primary I had a k-2 class of just six kids, and I had an aid! We had heaps of space and resources and I thought that if they weren't getting an ideal education, I had no excuse :-) I did some research then about what would be the ideal education and I guess it has been an on-going quest really.