Finally, you can get your hardware essentials to tide you over the rest of the ECQ.
With the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) extended until May 15, we’re sure a lot of dads out there are already bored out of their minds and are looking for something to do with their hands (apart from playing video games and kulitan with
Here’s a handy budget tracker for the hardworking mom from HTC.
Remember the time when you were footloose and fancy-free? You could splurge on a whim, whether it is on the latest gadget, the hottest fashion trend, or maybe an impromptu night-out with the gang. But now that there are kids in the
History may sound boring if you think about it as a bunch of facts to memorize. However, home school teacher, contributor and mom, Vicky Alcordo, thinks otherwise.
For many kids History means a lot of memorization. You have lists and pages of dates, places, and people that you have to cram into your brain. Who’d enjoy that?! Even grown-ups would quit after just a few minutes. Luckily for our
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Faced with the dilemma of selecting the best preschool for your kid? We present to you several learning and teaching methods to make the right pick.
Teachers help discover children’s kind of “smart” to teach concepts, believing that learning is an individual process and there is no one strategy that will work for all students. Assessment and evaluation of a student’s performance and skills cannot be quantified in
A baby’s hands are his or her primary tools for learning.
A baby’s hands are his or her primary tools for learning. The first six years of life is a stage of constant learning for kids, as they reach and hold, grasp, touch, and rub objects. They explore and discover using their sense