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Importance of awakening creativity and imagination


What importance do we really place on creativity and imagination? It seems that most people understand that creative and imaginative pursuits can be fun and engaging but do we really understand what would happen if we had a huge focus on these aspects and how it could really make aRead the Rest…

Three Things About the Common Core State Standards


As Albert Einstein once said, “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think." As parents, you only want the best for your children. Here in Dubai, prioritizing the education of our children is paramount and justifiably one of the most stressful but importantRead the Rest…

Nursery Games Aid Early Childhood Development

Nursery games

Play Gaining Immense Importance Over The Past Few Years Even though play happens to be a very non-serious activity, yet it is extremely important in keeping the person engaged. It helps keep the brain active and alert. This is precisely the reason why play has gained immense importance over theRead the Rest…

They Loved Your G.P.A. Then They Saw Your Tweets.

GPA and tweets

At Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Me., admissions officers are still talking about the high school senior who attended a campus information session last year for prospective students. Throughout the presentation, she apparently posted disparaging comments on Twitter about her fellow attendees, repeatedly using a common expletive. Perhaps she hadn’t realizedRead the Rest…

Cursive Benefits Go Beyond Writing


Suzanne Baruch Asherson is a occupational therapist at the Beverly Hills Unified School District in California and a national presenter for Handwriting Without Tears, an early childhood education company Putting pen to paper stimulates the brain like nothing else, even in this age of e-mails, texts and tweets. In fact,Read the Rest…

The International Baccalaureate versus A-levels: which one will help your child shine?

IB versus A level

Expat Anthea Rowan weighs up the advantages of traditional A-levels against new favourite the International Baccalaureate. As one who witnessed her son struggle through the International Baccalaureate, and is presently watching his sister enjoy the same syllabus, I have to question whether there really is a superior choice between A-levelsRead the Rest…

10 Favorite English Books for Toddlers


Moms ME has compiled some of All-Time favorite books for Toddlers. Feel Free to add your comments and suggestions to the list! The Very Hungry Caterpillar By Eric Carle Yup, the caterpillar’s still hungry! And just like him, when it comes to this book toddlers can’t seem to get enough.Read the Rest…

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