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Teach Your Child About the Solar System

August 4th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Children are fascinated by the night sky. It is then that they get an idea of where we live. The millions of stars above are all suns. Some of them no longer exist- having burnt out perhaps millions of years ago, leaving only their image to travel through time and space. Our own sun is […]

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Teach Your Child About Oceans and Ocean Life

July 22nd, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Earth’s ocean covers nearly three-quarters of its surface. The average depth is two and one-half miles, or four kilometers. Whether you’re looking at the ocean on a globe or standing on the ocean shore, the vastness of our ocean is its predominant characteristic. Although there is really only one big ocean, we divide it up […]

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Teach Your Child the Basics of Music

May 7th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

“If you can walk, you can dance. If you can talk, you can sing.” African Proverb Kids and music go together! One of the pleasures of being in the world is the sound of clapping hands and singing voices. Humans have been making sounds and inventing ways to produce sounds since the beginning of time. […]

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Teach Your Child the Basics of Government

May 6th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Taking the time to teach your child the basics of government will help them understand what they hear and read about the world and world events. It doesn’t have to be done in one sitting! But having a good understanding of the world’s governments will make it easier to answer their questions as they arise. […]

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Teach Your Child How to Read a Map

April 9th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Reading a map is a skill that children love using. There is a sense of adventure that goes along with traveling and exploring with the aid of a map! Teaching your child to read a map will be an enjoyable task. Maps have been one of the most instrumental tools in human existence. Knowing how […]

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Teach Your Child How to Read a Recipe

April 9th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Teaching your child to read and follow a recipe can be good fun! Besides being a valuable skill in the kitchen, reading a recipe teaches volume, weight, temperature, time, fractions, and sequencing! All kids love to help out in the kitchen. Being allowed to assist with the measuring, pouring and tasting is a rite of […]

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Teach Your Child How to Write a Letter

March 12th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

A handwritten letter is a treat to receive. It seems to convey that someone took the time to sit down and put their thoughts on paper- just for you! Children love to get letters, too. Watch a young face light up when they’ve received a letter from Grandma! It is something very special and very […]

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Teach Your Child How to Be a Good Student

March 12th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Research shows that parent involvement is the biggest single factor in a child’s success in school. One of the ways you can set your child up for success in school and in life is to teach them how to be a good student. Good study and work habits need to be taught and practiced. Supporting […]

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Teach Your Child How to Use a Ruler

March 9th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Every child likes to know how long or how high something is! Measuring, comparing and tracing growth fascinating activities for children. One of a baby’s first experiences is to be measured for length! Teaching your child to use a ruler can be done as a matter of course around the home or out in nature. […]

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Teach Your Child How to Research Information

March 9th, 2008 by Nick Ramsay

Teaching children to research information starts as a natural extension of daily life. It encompasses a set of skills that evolve throughout childhood and into adulthood. The ability to efficiently research information is vital to understanding and functioning effectively in our world. But where to start? This article will consider several kinds of reference and […]

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