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Gardening For Kids And How It Relates To Math

Get the kids involved with gardening and along the way, recognize that it will teach them nurturing skills and patience, but also sharpen their math skills.

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History Of The Olympic Games

It wasn’t until 1896, that the first modern Olympics began because an interest in athletics and sports increased.

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All About Leonardo Da Vinci

Da Vinci had the brains to match his drawing talents and created inventions ranging from a helicopter to waterwheels

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The Benefits of Studying Music

Studies have shown that skills learned through the discipline of music transfers to other skills that students use in their core classes

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How To Pick The Right College

Doing your research upfront and visiting schools beforehand is critical to making the right choice.

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Backyard Moments Provide Learning Opportunities

Engaging in these nature-inspired activities just may unearth the family “green” thumb or even spark an interest that could lead to a your child’s future career.

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What Birds Can Teach Kids

Some benefits of studying birds include teaching kids about diversity and geography, and it can improve their secondary skills like listening, too.

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Recognizing American Library Week

The first free lending libraries date back to the 1600s.

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Mealtime Learning

Playing games a few times a week at mealtime keeps learning fun and not forced.

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100th Anniversary Of The Great Titanic Sinking

It’s considered one of the deadliest maritime disasters in history, killing more than 1,500 people.

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