August 20, 2017

Why Children Should Science More [Infographic]

Science is one of the greatest subjects for inspiring young minds to explore, test, play and ultimately create. And the way that children learn and scientific method have a lot more in common than most people might think.

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I Will Not Let An Exam Result Determine My Future

Tweet A powerful and beautiful video founded on solid truth. Either video version below ( prezi-like presentation or video)  is created using the same Spoken Word. If you have never seen this, break out the tissue. [youtube]http://youtu.be/0mtJOu29qbQ?t=3s[/youtube] [youtube]http://youtu.be/D-eVF_G_p-Y[/youtube]  

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The Super Power of Smart – Make Your Kids Smarter Than You

A wise mentor of mine told me, “We are here to make our kids smarter than our selves.”

It rang true. And I wanted to pass that on to you.

Frankly, it needs no further explanation, so feel free to stop reading now. There is nothing about it that needs to be expanded upon or explained. Don’t you love it when something is simple enough to understand and easy enough to remember? But for those of you wanting a more arduous, albeit humorous read with a real-life application story, read on.

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Fortifying your Child’s Positive View of Education

While your child may have already adjusted to their new back-to-school routine, waking up for school each and every morning doesn’t necessarily imply that your child truly understands why they go to school in the first place (especially the younger children).

For some children, school is just seen as a dreaded and mechanical obligation more than an opportunity to enrich his or her mind. Viewing school so negatively at an early age can have serious long-term consequences—your child may begin to lose motivation at an early age, may drop of high school if given the chance, or may choose not to pursue a higher education.

Enjoy the rest of this Guest Post and her suggestions!

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Guest Blog: Super Food Needed to Make Super Heroes

If your child has trouble at school, a key factor is likely to be what they are eating for breakfast. Cheerios or Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs for breakfast are a sure way to make your child unhappy, fidgety, tired, and unable to concentrate; No Super Hero can function like that.

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Guest Blog: Parent Super Power of Raising Boys!

April is “Raising Boys” Month. BEWARE! Some of this may cause you to pause. Join the converstation and speak up!

The problem with sympathy is that sympathy begets more sympathy. Next time they walk up and say “I can’t go to school cause I have a headache” respond with, “I am sorry you have a headache. But you already took your sick day – now, head to the car.” As soon as they realize that you are not playing the sympathy game, they quit playing it too.

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Private! Churning Your Imagination

You have to clearly name the goal in all its guts and glory.

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The Super Power of Imagination

How far down the rabbit hole we have fallen to think that imagining things is equivalent to some form of “insanity”! Imagination is valuable and vital to creating the future and tomorrow’s society.

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The Power of the Dreaded Five-Letter Word “Chore”

Kid’s minds evolve at lightning speed. Forget traveling faster than the speed of light, try faster than a child’s mind!

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You are a marvel. You are Unique. You are a Super Hero.

“Each second we live is a new and unique moment of the universe, a moment that will never be again. And what do we teach our children?

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The MUSE of FUN for Student Efficiency

For learning to take place with any kind of efficiency students must be motivated

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Super Power of Focus – A Tool to Save Your Sanity

To grow any worthwhile skill it would take some attention focused on that skill until it becomes part of you.

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Kid Inspiration!

How could I get my young child to focus on the tasks I needed him to do?

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