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I totally understand your point, labeling people is counter-productive and we should be very careful indeed. This is a very big important issue! When my son gets home we connect it to our computer, and we read through all his school work together, make corrections, and do our homework.
If they have other things in common, it will be ok. Things like spirituality and sex and other things can contribute to a happy relationship. When it comes to money, I think the educated woman should save up her money just in case of emergencies but it is likely that the blue collar worker may not be able to spot the household if something like that were to occur.
You can create indoor obstacle courses. We do things like jump over cushions, crawl under the table and over mats, jump on the spot 5 times, and run around the table. Just see what you have around the house and use your imagination. This website has lots of ideas for an indoor obstacle course when you need inspiration.
Being graded in school can actually be quite degrading. Assigning a quality value to a young human being is simply not humanistic. Being graded all the time is actually crippling the students. People learn the most from their mistakes, but mistakes are the worst thing one could do in the context of contemporary schools. We are rewarding following blindly, instead of thinking, risking, evaluating and creating. The best way to get the good grades is to do things exactly in the way you are told to.
This is so inspiring,it is reality to the child not all the misleading toys we have nowadays.Thank you for posting! Occasionally, his private piano students star (anonymously) in a blog post, much to their delight. What will happen to those children who are learning disabled, physically or mentally disabled or language deficient has yet to be decided, but clearly distance learning will not be a good option for them.