Elementary Science Fair Projects: Make Your Own Litmus Paper and Use It

In today’s Elementary Science Fair Project we are going to make our own litmus paper and then use it. Do you know what litmus paper is and what it is used for? Yes, it is the paper that is used in chemical laboratories to test for acid or alkali, it changes color and so you […]

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Everything I know about leadership, I learned in a kindergarten class!

The other day they asked me to help in a kindergarten class because their teacher had reported sick. Although I am used to being at the front of the room conducting seminars and trainings, I took immense pleasure sitting in the back as I watched the help of the teacher take the initiative and instruct […]

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Teen Depression: What Can We Do Now?

You’ve undoubtedly seen recent news headlines about a federal panel recommending to the FDA that antidepressant drugs carry the strongest possible warning label for use in children and teens. This recommendation to the FDA shocked the medical community, especially those who work with depressed youth. The biggest issue from the treatment community’s point of view […]

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3 super delicious strawberry desserts for kids to try at home

Whether you’re a kid or an adult, one just can’t resist a sweet treat. Children have a natural sweet tooth, but excess sugar and empty calories are not ideal. So if you’re making them a snack or dessert, be sure to serve something healthier. Strawberries are a great option to incorporate into children’s desserts, as […]

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Valentine’s Day: its history and celebrations

VALENTINE / LOVE Celebrated on February 14 of each year, Valentine or Valentine is the traditional day in which lovers convey their love to each other by sending Valentine cards, sometimes even anonymously. The most common feature of Valentine’s Day these days is the mutual exchange of love notes in the form of “Valentine”. Popular […]

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Why Should Parents Let Their Teenagers Travel With Friends?

Most of the time you will meet parents who are ready to create a protective wall around their children, without letting the child behave independently. While protecting your child from anything you think is unnecessary, it is also important to ensure that your child becomes a responsible person. Since adolescence is the right age to […]

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