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Top 5 Puzzle Game Apps for Kids

  Top 5 Puzzle Game Apps for Kids Puzzle game apps are plenty of fun for kids. These types of games are ideal for developing children’s academic potential with things like reading, writing, mathematics, science and biology. They are also great for fine-tuning kids problem-solving abilities. The Google Play Store is peppered with a wide…
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Why Playing is Paramount

"Playing" is an essential part of any child's healthy development. Play and learning go hand in hand, we as parents need to understand that learning should be FUN! Author Dr. Stuart Brown writes that play is the basis of all art, games, books, sports, movies, fashion, fun, and wonder – in short, the basis of…
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10 Tips for Getting Young Children READY for School!

10 Tips for Getting Young Children READY for School! Many of the things that we do on an everyday basis are advancing our youngest children to be prepared for school. Language development spikes in the first two years of life and we need to take full advantage of these valuable opportunities. Exploration and discovery attribute…
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How to make an educational app ~ A guide to educational app creation

How to make an educational app ~ A guide to educational app creation Being the main source of information, the Internet has now reached that stage of its development, when only scrupulous, accurate approach to channels of this information can save the humanity from informational collapse. Almost anything people do, they now can do online. Smartphones…
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Tips on How to Write a Thesis Statement

How to Write a Thesis Statement: Introduction to the Concept Before writing an essay, it is essential to fully comprehend what it is all about. It is important to know and understand what is expected from your topic. Students go crackers when they have to deliver their assignments within short deadlines; this can lead to…
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The Man Who Made Algebra Child’s Play

  The Man Who Made Algebra Child’s Play by Julia Steiny Dr. Henry Borenson began his career as a math teacher at Stuyvesant High School in New York City.  Like Boston Latin, Stuyvesant uses an exam to cream the best public-school students.  For those smartie pantses, algebra was a breeze.  Borenson’s biggest problem was the…
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6 Signs of Credible Sources

6 Signs of Credible Sources: Do Unreliable Websites Sabotage Your Research?  Evaluating web resources is a challenging part of research. In times when anyone can put information on the internet, you can’t tell whether a website is scientific or not from just the first glance. So, how is it possible to distinguish credible sources from…
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