Wall art for kid’s rooms can do more than just decorate – it can educate. I find that posters are usually reasonable in price and easily interchangeable. As your baby grows to toddler and, eventually, enters school, your child can learn by being surrounded with updated and topical posters. From the basics of the alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors, cars, farm and wild animals , as well as the ever-popular dinosaurs to the elements of science, chemistry and even guitar chords. Posters are educational art tools that are easily referenced as as teaching aids. I think you’re right, there are some people who are so gung-ho, they miss the bad spots. Like the fact that it’s really hard to be a mom AND a teacher and distinguish between the two and separate them. But for us, homeschooling is the answer and I plan to use my experiences to improve my kids’ schooling.
This is the favorite game in my class. I got the idea from the quizzes on Survivor where each contestant has a chalkboard, or an answer cube or something similar and Jeff Probst asks a question and they all have to hold up their answer. My class meets in the sanctuary of a church, so I start them all off behind the last pew. If they answer a question correctly, they move forward pew by pew. First one to the front is the winner.
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The best example of this is Mr. Narendra Modi who has made his tough journey from being a chaiwallah to the highest post in the country of becoming the Prime Minister. He is honest, hardworking, ruthless, and gives us the feeling that India will get its rightful place under him.
One of the best known is the Stanford prisoners experiment , which studied the psychological effects of the power dynamic between prisoners and guards by having volunteers simulate a prison situation. Or that of Little Albert, a little boy who was taught to fear a little rat. Little Albert ended up being afraid of fluffy white animals for the rest of his life. The video below explains the research in six minutes. Fascinating and outrageous.
In our days of working with an area homeless shelter, ALL the homeless adults were working one or more jobs. Once a family has lost their well-paying job, savings and their home, it’s very difficult to accumulate enough money for a rental deposit or down payment on a house. No matter how many part time minimum wage jobs they work, it’s never enough to regain their previous financial status. Excellent lens!! Lensrolled.