I'm eagerly awaiting a copy of a book called Weaving Generations Together:Evolving Creativity in the Maya of Chiapas. It was recommended to my by Virginia Davis when I was at Convergence. She called it "a book that uses weaving as a paradigm for learning!"

My next education adventure will be designing and teaching a weaving class for a "Target Family Day" (Read: big crowds) at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles. I'll get to figure out a small project that ties into a new exhibit - can't wait to hear from the curator. In the meantime, any tips for a parent/child joint weaving activity would be appreciated. Thanks!