Hitler and Racial Prejudice!
It’s always easier to point our finger at someone else when things are going wrong, especially if they look different than us, or seem to have climbed the latter of success ahead of us. What’s much more difficult is taking a long hard look at ourselves and not giving ourselves an easy out through being prejudice towards others.5 Tips for Last Minute Dads Looking for Family Fun Activities
Okay dad, it’s time to put on your planning hat! But don’t worry, even if you’ve been procrastinating, you have plenty of options when it comes to last minute ideas for family fun activities. The first thing you want to do is a quick online search of area attractions.YouTube And The Danger It Poses To High-Schoolers
YouTube, as we all know, is the world’s best video hosting website. It houses videos created by millions of users worldwide about a wide range of topics. People in advertising see YouTube as an excellent platform that they can use to generate free traffic to their websites and convert leads into sales. Also, it is a good outlet for video content creators to showcase their work and at the same time monetize it, creating an avenue for passive income.Hitler Reminded Us That Power Corrupts!
In this article Hitler shows us how power corrupts. If you are an aspiring leader you must be careful not to lose yourself in success. Furthermore, the general population should always follow Socrates advice and never stop asking our leaders questions.How To Surprise Your Kids With Some Live Entertainment
Kids love surprises. As long as the surprise is something they want to be surprised about. So here to inspire you are some surprises with live entertainment, which is something they don’t often see.From Food to Flowers: How to Garden With Kids!
Age appropriate activities for gardening with children. Includes ideas, suggestions, & tips for encouraging little ones to explore their “green thumb”!Gardening Compost for Kids
Get kids excited for gardening by creating your own compost! Easy steps and info on how to get started, why it’s a great project, and things to put in the compost!The “Stop Sign” – An Easy, Bully-Stopping, Back-To-School Personal Safety Tip
It has been estimated that roughly 77% of all students are bullied either physically or verbally. As a parent, grandparent, martial artist, and human being, that statistic blows my mind! For the victims, the consequences of being bullied can be devastating, life-altering, and sometimes life-ending.Get Ready for Back to School
It’s time to get ready to return to school. Follow a few simple steps, and you’ll be ready and organized. Then you can enjoy the remaining summer days.Your Preschoolers and The Playground
While playgrounds are supposed to be fun for children of all ages, there are differences between what makes one safe and enjoyable for preschoolers and older students. After all, most preschoolers are only a couple of years past learning to walk and talk, so it’s important to keep their developmental level in mind when designing safe play areas. While older children might be playing elaborate games of team hide and seek or holding competitive foot races around the playground equipment during recess, preschoolers are still at a too-delicate stage of physical development for these rough and tumble activities. However, exercise and outdoor play remains an important part of helping younger children grow up to be healthy and strong. That’s not to mention the numerous emotional and social benefits of toddlers playing with their peers.