I really love working on materials aimed at kindergarten to grade nine students. These are the years of wonder when all the coolest things you will ever learn about are new to you. Dinosaurs, planets, weather and volcanoes are insuperable discoveries inspiring awe that you are unlikely to feel later when learning about the third-person singular present subjunctive or tax reductions on depreciable property. What can ever measure up to the discovery that there were tyrannosaurs?
Working on school materials gives me a feeling like I had long years ago when “How Clouds Work” was a world-expanding idea to me.