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Learning More with Field Trips

As part of a rather beautiful three-way collaboration between the legal industry, the education industry and the tech industry, our learners had the pleasure of being the

How Do Pets Affect Child Development?

Pets enrich our lives in many ways and they are particularly important for the youngest members of our family. Not only that they’re our most loyal companions,

Flight Delays and a Great Lesson in Efficiency

The “authoritative figures” at our institution thrive on this sort of thing, that being taking a practical and relatable real-life experience and then turning it into a

Sporty Kids – Smart Kids

We’ve all grasped the crucial importance of exercise for kids, particularly in the face of the immense obesity issues in today’s societies but what we may not

Keeping Kids Safe in the Car

Keeping your children safe while in the car is a primary concern of most parents. A little early planning and preparation can go a long way to

4 Reasons to Continue Home-Schooling When Your Child Reaches Secondary Level

Most parents are more comfortable with the idea of home-schooling their children during their younger years than when they reach secondary school age, and it isn’t hard

Online Trading and Money Management: Working Smart as Opposed to Hard

Modern consumers face equally modern challenges. One of the most prevalent stumbling blocks to overcome is finding an effective method to manage personal funds while still being

Why Choose Solid Hardwood Doors Over Plywood Doors?

It can be easy to assume that the material you choose for your home’s interior doors won’t make too much of a difference. After all, they don’t

How To Deal With Social Stigmas As A Single Father

Single fathers are faced with a stigma when raising kids – one that can make parenthood feel nearly impossible. People may watch with judgment as the dad

Learning Through Play: The Best Way to Raise a Smart Kid

Play and learning are not polar opposites and one does not have to always choose between them. In fact, we want to argue that blending the two