About

You may be visiting Boy Mama Teacher Mama because you are a parent, grandparent or teacher of boys. You may have come here in search of new teaching ideas for your child(ren) or students. Or, you may simply have come because something about our name or logo interested you. Whatever brought you, I am happy you are here.

Robert Baden Powell, one of the founding fathers of the Scout movement said simply, “See things from a boy’s point of view.” This is exactly what I do everyday as a mother of two young boys.  From the moment I wake up until I lay down again, I try to see things from my boys’ point of view. I am also a teacher by trade.  While I no longer teach in a school, I am now responsible for the the two most important students I have ever had– my sons. Our classroom is not limited to four walls of a school building nor does our day end at 3 pm- together we explore the world in which we live and make great discoveries along the way.

I hope that while you are exploring Boy Mama Teacher Mama, you will find something exciting and new that you cannot wait to try with your child or students.  I hope that some of the posts you read here will give you a bit of insight, a new perpective or simply give you an opportunity for reflection.   I hope that you will come back again and again to see what we have to share and perhaps share a little about your discoveries as well.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. I’m stopping by from Cheerios and Latte’s party and am thrilled to have found your blog. I am a boy mom to three active boys before having a daughter, but I still count as a boy mom, right? I will be following you on Google + and FB! I hope you’ll stop by and visit me too.

  2. Hi there,
    just wanted to say that I love your blog. What a fabulous resource you’ve created for both parents and teachers, of which I happen to be both. :)
    I find your site so useful and easy to navigate and know that it will be a valuable resource for me for many, many years.
    You’ve done so amazingly in such a short time… I can’t wait to see where you go.
    Debs :)

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