Tag Archives: problem-solving

We’re Making Hobbit Cloaks – Oh Ya!!

The Hobbit!!! H and I have been reading The Hobbit this summer. You can read about the beginning of our journey here and it has progressed as beautifully as I had hoped. H and I are still reading – but … Continue reading

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Building Stilts and Resiliency

H built stilts yesterday. His dad, Craig the Amazing, has offered to build some wooden ones with him, but apparently H couldn’t wait. Here is his prototype… Pretty cool, really… Then one of them broke – or more like… tore. … Continue reading

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There’s something strange in your Neighbourhood… Who’ya gonna’call?!? H the Creator!!

I wrote a kind of teaser post about H’s project the other day. The big message of this post was that when special interests are supported with opportunity‚Ķ innovation, problem-solving, and positive development are inevitable! (Insert theme music) Doodo doodo … Continue reading

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Contemplating the box and living on the edge

Even when I was a child it was suggested that I was a different kind of thinker. “Wow – you really think outside the box…” I always feel a kind of pride in this as for me thinking outside the … Continue reading

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