As someone who invests in books, ensuring your children know how to properly handle books is crucial to ensure no damage is done to the books. Handling a book right is as important in helping to protect your investment and…
Parents are often at crossroads on the age-appropriate books to buy for their children especially when you have kids of different age groups. Most times as a book lover, you might have a child’s party to attend and probably confused…
Jolly Phonics has launched a new logo and it looks simply lovely. This logo will replace their existing logo. The change has already begun, with new logo will be visible on new products that are about to be released.
The moral values refer to human behavior whereby ethics concern becomes a practice of life. Ethics narrates the ideological, coherent, and reality-based reflections of human performance in routines. Moral values relate to principles and approaches. They are strongly attributed to the community and culture. In view of describing morals, there are three concerns.
The human coronavirus is commonly spread through respiratory droplets in the air from a sick person, close personal contact, or by touching a surface with the virus on it. You can take steps to protect yourself and prevent the spread of the virus by washing your hands often, not touching your face, cleaning frequently touched surfaces, avoiding close contact with sick people, and practicing good respiratory hygiene.
Despite the peculiar challenges of this year, we remain committed to providing a delightfully rich and informational experience for our readers. We present to you a new issue of Neo-Montessori Life Magazine. Available in digital and print copies. What’s new? This edition is filled with many interesting ideas on: Montessori home-schooling, how to develop your child’s self-esteem,
Students and teachers spend most of their school day in classrooms. And thanks to hardworking and creative teachers, these rooms are transformed into welcoming educational environments. They can bring life to an otherwise bland space with decorations and inspire students with innovative lesson plans. But with such high use and so much going on, classrooms also need to be safe environments. Places where students can learn and teachers can teach without worrying about getting hurt in an accident.
School is many things—a place where kids learn and grow cognitively, develop social skills, and become independent individuals. It can also, alas, be a place where they pick up germs and illnesses and bring them home. At school, children spend a lot of time in classrooms where they can easily transfer infections to one another. But by teaching kids some important healthy habits, parents can help make school and health a priority during the school year. Here are some great tips on how to keep your kids healthy.
When Kem Senou Pavel Daryl, a 21-year-old Cameroonian student living in the Chinese city of Jingzhou, contracted the coronavirus he had no intention of leaving China, even if that were possible. "No matter what happens I don't want to take the sickness back to Africa," he said from his university dormitory, where he is now under a 14-day quarantine. He was suffering from a fever, a dry cough, and flu-like symptoms.