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Art Projects Using Items You Actually Have Around the House

Do you ever find yourself browsing the web for fun things to do with students and then realize that most of the crafts require a drill, jackhammer, or ten pounds of kitty litter? 491 more words

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Great Games That Are Also Educational

Want to give your gamers at home some valuable learning experiences?

In a recent Mindshift article, Tanner Higgin describes “Three Awesome Educational Games Hiding in Plain Sight… 129 more words

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Lunch Time Battles and Picky Eaters

One of the biggest challenges in home day care is feeding all the children healthy meals. Every parent of a toddler knows that it is difficult to prepare food with a little one in the kitchen. 526 more words

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Macro-Nutrition For Elite Soccer Players - By Andre Orlando and Richard Bucciarelli

Below is an article written by University of Guelph-Humber Internship Student Andre Orlando (who is presently completing an internship with Soccer Fitness Inc.) and edited by me.   1,265 more words


Exercise-Induced Asthma (And How to Deal With It)

For me, going back to school has had both positive and negative effects on my life.  Among the positive ones has been that it has forced me to do a lot of research and to write articles/papers about various different topics related to sports science.   1,014 more words


Common Core for Adults pt12: Number sentences

One of the things you might be noticing as your children work their way through a Common Core aligned curriculum is the amount of writing assigned as part of his or her math problems. 960 more words


What if my child isn’t reading? Research-based tips to nurture basic reading skills.

Without a doubt, a child’s ability to read proficiently and fluently has proven to be an indicator of success in school. Research shows that “Reading proficiently by the end of third grade is a crucial marker in a child’s educational development.“ (Annie E. 641 more words

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