Dreaming Room For Kids

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Bold Learners, Engaged Students and Enterprising Adults have only one thing in common. And that is passion. Passion to learn, passion to take charge of learning, and a passion to use all they have learned to succeed in life.

How many of you out there wonder if your child will become a successful adult? Have you invested, money, time and resources to make sure that your son or daughter gets into the right school, college, program or even the right class to increase their chances for success? If you answered yes to either or both of these questions, then you are going to want to read what I have to say next.

Stop, what you are doing with your child and listen to what you can give your child…. Again, stop what you are doing WITH your child and listen to what you can GIVE them instead.

Stop, listen and do what no other program today can give your child. That is, give them the skills and wherewithal to find themselves at a very early age

To begin a lifelong love of learning,

To find a passion of their own and,

To be able to create a successful future for themselves.

Stop and allow your child to find out who they are

Stop and allow them to Dream about what and who they want to become.

Then Listen. Listen to

Who they believe they are

What they wish to do

Where they wish to go

How they plan on getting there, and

Why their choice is so important to them

Then make the decision to do the next most important thing,

Come to an actual “Dreaming Room for Kids” at BEE

Where you will experience giving your child valuable skills for securing a successful and prosperous future in whatever their passion might be.

In a Dreaming Room with BEE, we encourage all our children to become Bold Learners and Engaged Students with a passion for success as Enterprising Adults.

 

The Dreaming Room for Students is where kids find their passion and make it work for a lifetime of happiness and success.

Go to our website bix-bee.org and sign your child up for our Dreaming Room for Students/ Entrepreneur 1 class and give them a head start on their future.

 

Thank you for your support in BEE where Bold learners and Engaged students learn to become Enterprising adults.

 

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I Graduated in 1976 with a BS in Elementary Ed from Framingham State Teacher's College, Framingham, MA. My graduating class was the last the last class of teachers credentialed automatically for teaching in all 50 states. I taught third grade, as well as, music and public speaking for middle school. My teaching years were on and off for 30 years because our family moved quite a bit and there were not always teaching jobs available where we moved to. I have been a substitute teacher during those times for many schools and many grade levels. 1976-1977 Southborough, MA, Second grade Teacher 1999-2001 Tucson, AZ, Middle School Teacher Developed and taught the public speaking and music appreciation course structure to integrate with school academic program. (Music Director) – Organized, coordinated the music for and rehearsed 16 classrooms for two programs of singing, dancing and drama per year. (Stage Manager) – Coordinated all stage materials; painted backdrops, sewed costumes and helped children with lines and stage placement. I Graduated in 1976 with a BS in Elementary Ed from Framingham State Teacher's College, Framingham, MA. My graduating class was the last the last class of teachers credentialed automatically for teaching in all 50 states. I taught third grade, as well as, music and public speaking for middle school. My teaching years were on and off for 30 years because our family moved quite a bit and there were not always teaching jobs available where we moved to. I have been a substitute teacher during those times for many schools and many grade levels. 1976-1977 Southborough, MA, Second grade Teacher 1999-2001 Tucson, AZ, Middle School Teacher Developed and taught the public speaking and music appreciation course structure to integrate with school academic program. (Music Director) – Organized, coordinated the music for and rehearsed 16 classrooms for two programs of singing, dancing and drama per year. (Stage Manager) – Coordinated all stage materials; painted backdrops, sewed costumes and helped children with lines and stage placement.