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  1. A School Unplugged

    A Silicon Valley School That Doesn’t Compute. That’s right no computers at all in the classroom. We were sold when we read one classroom of students ate their way through fractions by cutting apples, quesadillas, and cake into quarters, halves and sixteenths. The Waldorf School of the Peninsula is one of 160 Waldorf schools that focus on physical activity and learning through creative, hands-on-tasks. An interesting and refreshing teaching philosophy.

    On that note, I think it is a good time to practice our fractions - hello cake.

    10/24/2011 sparkeology
  2. Eye Candy

    A little reminder of how sweet life can be with Cupcake.

    10/13/2011 sparkeology
  3. Look on the bright side!

    Sofia is really looking on the bright side dressed in bright teal & green. This custom Sofia features a leather seat and back, green fabric sides and a 3-Form privacy panel. Created for a teen area in a high school, this fun and cozy seat for two will light up the room!

    10/5/2011 sparkeology

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