Kids And Cell Phones

Every where you look today you see nothing, but cell phones in everyone’s hands. Kids as young as eight years old or younger have cell phones now. It said that twenty one percent of kids eight years and younger use smart phones, and seventy eight percent from age twelve to seventeen have a cell phone.

Kat and the Bone

“In order for your circumstances to change, YOU must change.” Bullying is a common problem facing schools and neighborhoods. Unfortunately it usually does not end at graduation and carries into adulthood.

Where Do You Sit?

We admire character in some people. When someone takes a moral stance, will not tolerate injustice, or bears personal risk to organize and lead a noble cause, we admire them for that. Other people watch what we do. Our character is always on display.

The 3 Common Incursion Ideas for School Children

School incursions are fun experiences for children. They get to participate in several camps that allow them to learn several other things apart from their academics.

Can Curiosity Make Your Child A Better Learner?

It is everyone’s pride to see children explore their full potential, and begin achieving their dreams at a tender age. How encouraging is it to realize that our children could discover their own paths for success, and stay the full course, only by assisting them in handling their curiosity?

Indoor Fun for Kids of All Ages

Finding interesting things to do indoors with your kids can often become a challenge during the winter months. Read on for inspiring and fun games and crafts for kids of all ages. It’s amazing what you can come up with by using simple, everyday items and ingredients found in your home!

Use “PCP Technique” To Transform Your Children Into Fast Learners

Unknowingly parents and teachers make learning a tough job. If you want to transform your children into better and fast learners, use the “PCP technique.”

Digital Games And Kids – A Different Perspective

The “Wikipedia problem” which means children turning to internet for readymade answers is the new age phenomenon baffling teachers and mentors globally. There are almost equal numbers of teachers who consider technology to be a solution as much as a problem. While a common belief is that technology is hindering the students’ capacity to think and analyze, there is also a strong opinion in favor of video games and digital gadgets’ ability to engage students and enhance learning by using more than one sensory stimulators. In spite of the growing concern about the students’ deteriorating attention spans, institutions are incorporating them in the process of classroom learning.

6 Keys to a Successful Lock-In

Lock-ins are a staple for youth ministries or Girl and Boy Scout troops. When a lock-in goes well, it can create great memories. If it goes bad, it can become a disaster, quickly! When planning a lock-in, keep these 6 keys in mind to ensure it is a success.

Toddler Art Adventures!

There’s no doubt about it. Toddlers love messing around with art materials, whipping up wild and wonderful creations to be hung on the refrigerator with great pride. From handprint collages to whimsical valentine cards and fragrant playdough masterpieces, tots dive into art projects with great enthusiasm. But art is more than just fun; it’s also great for your preschooler’s fine motor skills, language development, imagination and inventiveness. Following are a few ideas for expanding your little one’s artistic horizons.