Why children need good manners
Wilson McCaskill, discusses why children need good manners not only in their building of relationships with friends but also through life: “manners help us slip and glide past each other in life”. A common question Wilson often encounters is: “why don’t my children have many friends?” His answer is: “do they have good manners?”.
Should we censor what our children read?
Earlier this year, at the Hay Festival, the much-loved author Judy Blume said parents worry too much about what their children read, claiming that if the content isn't suitable, young readers will just let it go over their heads.
Back to school: Am I the only one who misses my children?It's that time of year again.
You Know What I Mean? Giving DirectionsA mother finds that her son, though well-intentioned, does not ever seem to follow her directions.
Drinking in pregnancy: 'Half a glass of wine damages unborn baby'Experts have told pregnant women they shouldn't drink ANY alcohol after a study found that just half a glass of wine can stop their baby breathing and moving for up to two hours.
Solving Word ProblemsTechniques and strategies for solving math word problems.
Online Math Games Balance Challenge with Mastery LearningGame designers at Mangahigh strive to find the perfect match between player skill and difficulty level in the standards-based teaching resources they build, and allow teachers to track student progress from within the games.
Do Mixed - Age Classes Work?Discover why mixed-age grouping in classrooms can increase learning.