When One Door Closes, Another Opens!
Stop worrying about a door that has been closed on you. Instead look around for a new door to open. Life, after all, is a journey not a destination.Speak for the Children and Be Their Voice!
How many of you experienced firsthand being abused while you are still young by people you personally know or by strangers and have not got the courage to report it to authorities or to tell anyone about it? Have any of you witnessed people, young and old, bullied and abused but have done nothing about it to stop it? Do you know a child being bullied, abused, disrespected and yet you do nothing to help?Build the Imagination in a Child With the Right Doll House
Childhood memories that I have are focused around a doll house my mother made for me out of scrap boards and scrap material. Nowadays the internet gives us a broader chose for purchasing of doll house kits and accessories for the collector, the parent to give to their children, and anyone interested building one.Why We Need Technology in the Classrooms
In this article I want to address the need for using technology in the classrooms today. I will talk briefly about topics and issues I think would improve if technology was used in classrooms.Motion Creates Emotion
Get up and get physically moving and you will get your emotional and creative juices flowing… And who knows what will be possible then!Why Synthetic Marijuana Is Killing Kids
A harmful message is sent to our younger generation as states pass the legalization of marijuana, offering it as a safe and harmless drug. The problem worsens when our young people believe synthetic marijuana is the same as natural marijuana.6 Tips for the Perfect First Sleepover
As your child matures and becomes closer and more comfortable with friends, playtime after school will eventually lead to the inevitable request for a sleepover. Slumber parties can be a wonderful way for children to learn social mannerisms and independence, provided both you and your child know what to expect and are prepared. Sleepovers can also be a great deal of work for the host, so work smarter (not harder) and check out these 6 tips for a great first sleepover experience.