Now that my son is in kindergarten at a digital school, my family and I are becoming more exposed to online learning resources. Just like apps, there are lots of them out there. Some are great and some are meh, (think New York accent). Here are my five things to consider when evaluating online resources for learning. The below are geared towards primary learning: 1. Is … [Read more...] about Online Learning Resources: What to Consider
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Twilight fans rejoice - Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are reportedly back on. According to People, several sources confirmed that the pair have gotten back together. Stewart, 22, and Pattinson, 26, split after she admitted to a brief affair with her married Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders. In the wake of the scandal, she moved out of the home they … [Read more...] about Sources say Robsten are Back Together!
When someone dear to you has breast cancer, the condition can take its toll on everyone. Dealing with the illness can be overwhelming, to say the least. Not knowing what to do or what to expect can add to the anxiety that slowly builds up each day. Often, you feel helpless. You want to help, but you don't know where to start. Fortunately, you can get some support through … [Read more...] about Resources for Families With Breast Cancer
Tough love is a parenting, or teaching, style in which the person in charge sets boundaries and enforces those boundaries in order to help children grow into responsible adults. When done correctly, it is not a demeaning method of parenting. Instead of focusing on discipline and punishment, it focuses on positive ways to enforce boundaries while encouraging children to better … [Read more...] about Tough Love Parental Resources
The importance of the first 5 years Babies’ brains continue to form after they are born. They are forming for physical development, and also for feelings, learning and memory. Neurons in the brain are still connecting, and babies need experiences to strengthen these connections. Making these neural connections in the brain early on with an infant is the first step in the … [Read more...] about Ways to Engage Babies and Toddlers in Reading