The Early Years: You Forgot One

It’s never too soon to learn about the “five” senses:

I’m not sure why there’s a random math question at the bottom of a quiz about the “five” senses, but okay.  Anyway, in yet another example of the woeful state of the American educational system, there’s a sense missing from this list:

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9 thoughts on “The Early Years: You Forgot One

  1. 136 … do I win a prize?

    Those old mimeograph sheets really show what great printing skills teachers had … and I can just see them lining up their ruler for the answer section.

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  2. We learn to spell by seeing the letters and by hearing the word spelled, and Braille readers feel the spelling with their fingers.

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  3. Merry Christmas!

    It’s almost here over here. I’m expectant, but not preoccupied with the amazingness of the clock going to 12:00.

    I’m sure 12:01 will find me here without a chimney or a stocking to nail to it.

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