Of All the Learning Styles, Which is Best for My Child?

By: Linda Johnson | Feb 27, 2014 In 1983 Howard Gardner, an educational researcher and developmental psychologist brought to the world a revolutionary new study called, "Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences," in which he theorized that most students do not learn in the same exact way. The study further showed that many students learned best by using visual aids while others learned better by handling objects; moving manipulatives to help them learn math.

New Trends in Student Desk Design

By: Jane Dabad | Nov 20, 2013 These days, there are all sorts of different types of desks that students can use to study. Long gone are the days of the uncomfortable wooden desk. Here is an overview of the new types of desks available to kids.

Prevention of Sports Injuries in Children

By: Derick Ng | Nov 12, 2013 Keeping our kids safe and sound is the most important thing ever. However, we also need to help them realise their full potential in whatever they do and thus, we should not hinder them. As a result, we should learn how to prevent sports injuries in children in order to progress further. In order to promote an active and healthy lifestyle, sports are an integral part of their lives.

Your guide to understanding your child’s phobia!

By: Ankur Sharma | Oct 30, 2013 Almost all children face phobias and fears at a timid age. However, it’s not necessary that those are on a serious level and need to be treated by a specialist.

Grooming Your Kids to Become the Next Disney Channel Stars

By: Steph Gomez | Oct 15, 2013 Your kid can become one of the next Disney Channel stars. If she has the potential and the drive to pursue this kind of career, then you have to help her set up a strategy so she her goal to be part of the Disney world. One of the best ways to do this is to be part of the Disney Channel casting calls and auditions that are held in different locations all over the US every year. Here are several t

5 Effective Ways To Treat Constipation In Toddlers Naturally

By: Zidane Randall | Oct 8, 2013 Although constipation in toddlers isn't a sign of any serious disease, no parent wants to watch their kid suffer this problem. So what can you do to help him relieve constipation?

Childhood Obesity and Musculoskeletal Problems

By: Derick Ng | Sep 25, 2013 Obesity is an ever increasing global problem that results in an increase in the risk of contracting diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases and musculoskeletal disorders. This is especially so in children as the obesity rates are rising at a shocking rate.

5 Bad Habits To Stop In Children

By: Neil Karen | Sep 17, 2013 A lot of parents only pay attention to regular exercise, getting enough sleep and good hand-washing habits to keep their children healthy. However, they often ignore some habits that may also cause health problems.

50 Common Characteristics of Gifted Children

By: julie ann reyes | Sep 17, 2013 Characteristics of gifted children are numerous. Not every gifted child will necessarily exhibit the same traits. The following is a list of characteristics that are often seen in gifted children. How many characteristics do you see in your child?

Why Enrol Your Kids In Academic Summer Camps?

By: Jimmy Sorensen | Sep 12, 2013 All students have different views about summer camps. Few students would choose taking a vacation during their summer months vacations while others would like to indulge in fun as well as educational tasks of summer camp. The truth is summer camps entail many advantages that are imperative for children of all ages. Pupils who enroll in summer camps can find out interesting things, refresh their im
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