Miss Owl’s adventure and learning posts are at this link. She has participated in the blog for about seven years.
Morgan writes about prematurity, parenting, France, and Reunion Island. She advises on cultural aspects of curriculum and posts.
Carolyn Wilhelm has a BS in Elementary Education, an MS in Special Studies of Gifted Children, and an MA in Curriculum and Instruction K-12. She was a National Board Certification Middle Childhood Generalist 2004-2014. She is also a licensed, certified teacher in Minnesota through 2026. Retired, she now volunteers at an elementary school. Carolyn is a wife, mom, and grandmother. One of her now-adult children was adopted from South Korea. She became a trained Climate Reality Leadership Corp member in August of 2019.
She is the author of the Wise Owl Factory which has (mostly) free educational materials for parents, teachers, homeschools, libraries, and scout groups to use. She lives with her witty and helpful husband of 48 years, and visits her children and grandchildren as often as she can.
She lives in Minnesota, and when not enjoying time with my grandchildren and creating lessons, she is involved in local writing and blogging groups — and loves taking time out in nature to observe her favorite bird, owls.
Here is an female long-eared owl I adopted at Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory in Duluth, Minnesota, at a family owl evening around a campfire with their naturalists.
Here is a photo of a Sharp-shinned hawk she adopted. Daytime birds are OK, too!
Education Is My Passion
I have a BS in Elementary Education, an MS in Special Studies of Gifted Children, and an MA in Curriculum and Instruction K-12. I had National Board Certification as a Middle Childhood Generalist 2004-2014. I am a licensed, certified teacher in Minnesota through 2020 I have recently been certified in First Aid and CPR (Pediatric through Adults) by the Red Cross. As you can see, I practice what I teach, learning is for life!
I write curriculum for the grade levels I have taught over the years, including self-contained grades one, two, three, four, and five. I have also taught gifted education and thinking skill classes from kindergarten to grade six.
My main emphasis is on a subject that is close to my heart, literacy. Many of my lessons are based on specific children’s books to encourage comprehension and a love of reading. I also enjoy writing lessons for math and social studies, among others. My web host is the wonderful Mom Webs who truly have given me much support and help.
I hope you find many helpful lessons and educational materials on this site.
Carolyn writes curriculum for the different grade levels she has taught over the years including self-contained grades 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. She also taught gifted education and thinking skill classes for grades K-6. She had National Board Certification as a Middle Childhood Generalist 2004-2014. She is a member of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), and has free lessons on a site they are associated with named ReadWriteThink.org. She writes this blog and shares many free resources here.
We hope you find many helpful lessons and educational materials on this site.
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