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Whens-day Wednesday: Education edition

  • When you want to celebrate your child’s critical thinking skills but pride gets in the way;
  • When you become the object of data-driven decision making;
  • When you can correlate your child’s math skills with not getting what she wants (chart on top) and getting what she wants (chart on bottom);
  • When, speaking of correlation, you can tell which chart was created with more care and detail;
  • When you wonder what your child’s teachers must think of you;
  • When you can’t wait for language arts homework;
  • When you realize that poetry and essay assignments could have unlimited potential for qualitative data ;
  • When you love it all.

Common Core math

Common Core “makeup” math


Monday Meme: “parking deck dilemma” edition

Whens-day Wednesday: Web edition

When Mother Nature’s web is spun, not surfed:


When “Web 2.0” is actually just as good as the original:


When ducks go web surfing:

Monday Meme: Arboreal origins edition

Whens-day Wednesday: GOLF edition

  • When your hole-in-one becomes one big hole;

  • When your tee time becomes your tea time;

  • When the “drink” becomes a Big Gulp;

  • When “this never happens on the Wii” becomes overused in a hurry;

  • When your mulligan becomes Mulligan Stew;

  • When you contemplate a switch to tennis but realize it doesn’t have mulligans;

  • When golf becomes seething instead of soothing;

  • When you single-handedly increase golf ball sales;

  • When a “fore!” letter word becomes a four-letter *?#!;

  • When you’re glad that “sub-par” isn’t a real golf term;

  • When you’re sad that “sub-par” is a real description of your golf game;

  • When you get an endorsement from the PGA (Pathetic Golfing Association);

  • When it hits you that miniature golf isn’t so bad after all.







Monday Meme: “Spring Has Sprung” edition

Hug a Tree

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