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Graduation speeches depend on the graduates

04th May 2011
Graduations speeches are stepping stones in the life of the graduates. Obviously then what the speaker will say at the graduation ceremony depends on how far those graduates have progressed on life’s journey After all those graduation speeches may be g... Read >
Author: Nimah

Coloring pages is an art of a colorful life

28th April 2011
Let’s celebrate colors with your little stars…Your little stars can’t recognize colors but they do see colors and get fascinated by the sight of colors. Coloring pages is the art of living and a way heading towards a colorful life. Many valuable things we... Read >
Author: jacobtyler

How to make school feel like home.

20th April 2011
Making the classroom a warm, friendly and positive environment for children, teachers, parents and visitors is so important. This is especially true in younger years, when children might be feeling vulnerable about not being at home with their mothers.... Read >
Author: Andrews Alzberg

Kids Preschool Lesson Plans

12th April 2011
A baby begins to learn from the womb and builds on it from the time it is born. As a parent it is a duty that you need to stimulate and nurture the learning process of your toddler right from an early age. The tips regarding how to nurture their learn... Read >
Author: Mr. Hensworth

Scabies Dying, Head Lice Resisting

09th July 2010
Scabies and head lice are diseases often associated with poverty and poor hygiene, and this is why both still remain taboo. However, both conditions are not synonymous with a lack of hygiene. But while we now have new treatments that help us get rid of sc... Read >
Author: Paula Tooney

Creating an Environment Conducive to Study

13th May 2010
K-12 students who have been working hard at school all day, and have extracurricular commitments after school, may be understandably less enthusiastic about their homework than parents and teachers would like. Even without a lot of distractions, some stud... Read >
Author: A.T.Nagaraja

What is the Best Age to Start Learning Chinese?

25th February 2010
Teaching Chinese as a second language has been deemed easier on younger children than those who are starting to learn over puberty. Some start as early as infancy where the child's brain is like a sponge, absorbing everything it encounters. By simply lett... Read >
Author: childbook

How To Dress Up Well For A Fancy Dress Party?

18th February 2010
There are many events that encourage people to participate in Fancy Dress competition. Schools organize different types of programs and events. Fancy dress competition is getting more popular. Children love to participate in such kind of events. They look... Read >
Author: Benedict Smythe

Learning Disablity gets a new start in Dubai and Middle East

18th January 2010
How little Sania got diagnosed with dyslexia, understood by her parents and teachers, and lived to her potential as an artist, happily ever after. Little Sania is a bright young child living with her parents in Dubai. She goes to an English school in h... Read >
Author: pigtail

Why teach character education in our schools?

27th October 2009
By Jeremy Willinger What makes a child extraordinary? Parents and teachers both have a vital role in shaping their children's future. We teach etiquette lessons that help them learn the difference between right and wrong and, by helping them to foc... Read >
Author: New York Etiquette Guide

Gideon Bible Story: Signs of the Time

04th September 2009
The book of Judges is set in a time when Israel was uncivilized to say the least. God continually supplied them with heroes to get them out of self-induced trouble. Presently, the most well known of these heroes is Samson...or so I thought. When I crea... Read >
Author: Patrick Boone

Dare To Think Beyond Unconventional Careers

20th June 2008
Who can forget the times when the only respected careers were medical and engineering? The kind of admiration and respect that a person could command with a 'Dr' or an 'Engineer' tag is still fresh in memories, not to mean that it has dwindled completely ... Read >
Author: shiksha

Common zoo animal fact to teach young children

26th April 2007
Spending a day at the zoo was one of my favorite outings as a young child. I grew up in Chicago and had two wonderful zoos to enhance my early learning experiences. But now, as an adult, I often find myself wondering if the animals that are caged up ar... Read >
Author: Garolyn Bowen

Puppet Shows Made Easy

15th July 2006
Puppets are a wonderful way to let children express themselves through the imagination-nurturing outlet of pretend play. But, a child is often presented with a puppet theater and puppets without receiving the structure and direction necessary to get the f... Read >
Author: Sid Berger
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