Kids are naturally curious. Even as babies, they’re constantly learning as they take in sights, sounds, and smells. If you’ve had kids go through the toddler years, you’ve probably heard the word “why” more times than you could count! It’s natural for your children to question the ways of the world. But if that curiosity were to stop, as it does in some people, you might be wondering how to encourage child curiosity once more. You can be a significant influence on your child’s love for learning. There are so many ways to instill a love of learning in your kids, and with a few simple strategies, you’ll find your children asking “why” once more.
In case you have been using boring manuscripts and dull pencils to teach music to children, it is time that you reinvent your teaching methods. While tutoring music to children can be challenging especially when you are introducing new concepts, here are four innovative ideas that you could use:
How to teach easily your child the alphabet? Photo by Magda Ehlers from Pexels Teaching your child the alphabet is one of the first things you’ll want your child to learn when they reach preschool. Learning the alphabet takes time; how much time varies for each child. Your goal is to make sure your child has fun while […]
Whether you want your kids to learn to sing or play a musical instrument because you’re musically inclined or because you’ve noticed your little one has musical talent, it’s important to introduce music lessons into your child’s life as soon as possible. In addition to your child learning a new skill, music has educational and psychological benefits that will impact your little one’s life well into adulthood.
From Simone De Beauvoir to Betty Friedan, many feminist writers have educated, inspired, and informed many generations using only their pens. This is how the concept of equality transformed from being just a dream that women did not dare speak of to a reality that we are still fighting for. For ages, women have been taught to abide by certain feminine roles and practices. In return, they have not only suffered from discrimination but also ended up resenting themselves and their peers.
The year 2020 has seen an unprecedented amount of challenges thrown at parents and their dependents. Jobs have either been lost or gone remote by the millions. Quarantines have kept adults and children alike cooped up indoors for months on end. Social distancing has made it difficult to do anything out of the house when you have a kid in tow.
Whether you’re a seasoned homeschooler or a reluctant parent with no other choice, you’ve probably figured out there are pros and cons to learning at home. There’s nothing like a stimulating classroom with a teacher who knows how to motivate, but not all school situations are ideal. Online school gives students with different learning styles a chance to find out what works best for them. We have resources to make your job easier and inspire your child.
The year 2020 and the arrival of COVID-19 have continued to provide people worldwide with new challenges they never anticipated. Six months ago, we never would have realized that the schooling of our children would be so affected as well. Now, most kids are either learning online full-time or working in a hybrid system between home and school.
Are your kids learning from home this coming school year? Whether you’re homeschooling or your children’s school district has decided on distance learning during the pandemic, your kids need a solid routine to achieve their distance-learning goals. Here are six online learning tips to help parents guide their kids through this school year.
Reading is the first step for anybody who’s about to start their learning journey. It is undoubtedly the key to gaining knowledge and understanding the world around us. In the case of children aging from three to five years old, the sooner they develop their reading skills, the better they thrive in their education.