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Hi!

My name is Ms. Debby.

I am a mother of six, three boys and three girls from 7 - 17 years of age.

I have an Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Development and I am continuing to receive my Bachelor’s. I have just recently added a minor in Psychology.

In addition to all of this I am also a published poet. Poetry gives me a way to extend my creative process and to grow personally.

WOW!
 
I have just received news that I was nominated into the who's who of teachers, and I just want to say...
 
THANK YOU! To whom ever it was that nominated me!
What a great honor!

So why have I made my own website when there are so many already?

 

Well sometimes I can't find exactly what I'm looking for (Rebus recipes and wood working activities for example) that it can become frustrating! So on these pages I have put together my own ideas and a collection of others that I have enjoyed all in one place!

 

I hope you have found these pages helpful and if you have a story, an activity, results from ideas on these pages, a bit of humor, thoughts, questions, or suggestions to share please email me! 

I enjoy discovering the world through a child; they so often teach me things and see things in such a wonderful way! Each day always brings something new

Rebus Recipes have recently been moved to their own web site at Brighteyes Learning 2! It's been wonderful knowing that my sites have been so well recieved.
 
Thank You to all who have visited my web sites!

What's with the name?

 

Brighteyes has been my nickname throughout my life. It also refers to the gleam in a child’s eyes!

 

So Brighteyes Learning was born through that special sparkle children have especially when they are learning (&getting into mischief) and my nickname

Looking to the future: These are works in progress

Rebus recipe book

Creative cooking, Cooking crafts for children (book & workshop)

Getting Dirty, Discovering the world through the eyes of a child (activity book & workshop)

 

For myself I am considering working for child protective services, I feel that my love and compassion will suite me for this job.

I will also continue working on Brighteyes Learning to bring more activities to you.

Still can't find what you were looking for? Have a comment or suggestion? Just fill out the form below and I will do my best to fill your request!

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The purpose of Brighteyes Learning is to be a resource for early childhood educators and parents. You are welcomed to use any materials found on the Brighteyes Learning sites. It is recommended that you read an activity completely and try it at least once before using in your classroom. Some activities may not be suitable for some people. These activities are to be used at your own discretion. Brighteyes Learning gives no guarantees. As always, it is the process not the product that counts! Brighteyes Learning is willing to adapt any activity for special needs, just email brighteyeslearning2@yahoo.com to request the adaptation.

All recipes located on the Brighteyes Learning sites are originals or adapted to the Brighteyes Learning format. All Rebus recipes are Brighteyes Learning originals that have been adapted from text recipes (as mentioned). Any product images, book images, character images associated with Brighteyes Learning recipes retain their original copyrights. Brighteyes Learning does not claim these as their own.

Brighteyes graphic was listed as public domain as a tutorial. All other images contained on Brighteyes Learning sites are; collage images from Brighteyes Learning, public domain (under the condition of being freely shared never sold), photobucket, cloverkids.com, free graphics.com, DiscoverySchool.com, nvtech.com. science graphic is from http://www.garyharbo.com/free.html In some instances, original author is unknown (as is the source). Every attempt has been made to find the original author of an image. Every attempt is made to give proper credit to an image. If you find an image that is your own original (copyrighted) piece of work, please contact Brighteyes Learning at brighteyeslearning2@yahoo.com. Brighteyes Learning will give proper credit or remove image as per owner’s request.

 

"Clip art licensed from the Clip Art Gallery on DiscoverySchool.com"

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