There are many compelling reasons why a teenager needs to start working. First of all, they realize the importance of money and savings by earning through their own hard-work. Secondly, they learn to grow independent and don’t rely on their parents for each and everything. Unfortunately, it is a double-edged sword.
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Just getting to know Raspberry Pi and wondering what else you need the get started? we list the must have accessories and add-ons for the small and affordable computer, now in its third generation, the Raspberry Pi 3 B+.
Introducing your children to the world of coding can be a bit of a challenge, particularly for parents who themselves have no idea about how codes work. In today’s era where the digital world has largely taken over our tasks and routines, it is essential to learn the fundamentals of coding.
No sane person in the world would want any harm to come across their child. For parents, it is only natural to shield their kids from various vices of the society.
“My contention is that creativity now is as important in education as literacy, and we should treat it with the same status.” 12 years ago, Sir Ken Robinson challenged the schooling system and questioned the way we are educating our children. According to Robinson, creativity and literacy are equally important, and for a person to nourish […]
‘Can you please just pay attention and finish your homework already?’ Every parent has uttered this question at least once in their lifetime. Whenever a child is given a task where they are required to sit quietly and focus on their studies, they end up getting distracted and fidgety.
One of the most annoying things I had to encounter as a student was sharpening a pencil until I got the desired pointy standard tip. Unfortunately, it hardly ever happened.
Children love to experiment and create things. Be it throwing a rattle off the table, playing with bath bubbles and foam, or building tall towers from blocks, children inherently know how to keep themselves busy. Older children indulge in imaginative scenarios, draw and color intricately and show interest in science and art and crafts.
Human brain is like a play dough. All the positive and negative interactions that we have, thoughts that run throughout the day, and emotions that we feel, shape and mould the architecture of our brains since the day we are born. During the first 1000 days of life, more than 700 neural connections are rapidly […]
Education experts encourage the incorporation of STEAM learning from early childhood. If you work in the education sector, are a parent or a guardian of a child, then you would have probably heard of STEM – the acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Baking is one of those activities that everyone says is fun to do with children, especially young children. ‘They can learn so much’, apparently… little do these ‘wise’ folk without young children know, just what a chore it is to really ‘allow’ kids loose in the kitchen
Striding confidently on to the stage in little more than her early 19th century underwear, and some really fancy boots (apparently designed by Lady Gaga’s
We’ve all been there, when the weather’s tremendously bad outside, and the kids have been stuck indoors for far too long. They’re bouncing of the walls, getting under your feet and generally need to work off some pent-up energy. You could head out to a jungle gym or indoor play area, but you’ve got work […]
Wi-Fi can no longer be considered a luxury in today’s world. As one of the most important advancements of the 21st century, the wireless network has become a basic necessity in almost every household with use ranging from online earning to homework support. But how do you make sure that your Wi-Fi is working optimally.
As a new parent, I am always looking out for ways to create a positive learning environment at home. I know for the fact that in-person interactions, involvement in different activities and daily experiences greatly impact the outcomes for children.
When I had my son eight months ago, my husband and I made a pact that we would be strict when it comes to screen time. The first five months passed and my baby would only look at the devices in awe. The lights and sounds probably fascinated him.
Although the saying goes, ‘A picture paints a thousand words’, a thousand words also does make a pretty picture. There was a time when word clouds used to sit in the sidebar of most blogs, listing the Categories or Tags in a playful visual.
Here is our line-up of Chromebooks with a convertible profile. These are Chromebooks from ASUS and ACER, two manufacturers making some of the best Chromebooks in the past and are at it continuing to produce the best in class devices at affordable prices.