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    Most children are unable to differentiate between different colors until at least 18 months of age, which is also about the same time that children start to notice differences and similarities between textures, sizes, and shapes. However, while children can start to differentiate between colors around 18 months, it can take until age 3 before children can fully understand the difference between colors and name them. More

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    School is a place where students gain an education, but the traditional 180-day school calendar does not provide enough opportunities to the whole campus, however modified School Planners do in fact give those opportunities. Its improve students’ education with their learning experience which also improves the academic performance of students. More

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    Logical thinking is the act of analyzing a situation and coming up with a sensible solution. One of the best ways to strengthen logical thinking skills is to ask questions about things. Regularly asking questions helps your kids to view situations more completely, allowing them to approach problems at work more logically and creatively. Developing reasoning skills in toddlers is crucial to a child’s early learning. The better kids learn to reason, the better they’ll be able to apply critical thinking when necessary. There are many things teachers can do to develop this important skill. More

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    Children get new experiences during indoor fun activities. Whether there are painting, exploring new objects or DIY there is something that children will learn from it. Activities like yoga and role-playing provides them with new experiences of handling different situations. These experiences help to build their social skills. Children also become more confident individuals. They become open to experimenting with new play surroundings. More

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    Children are largely fascinated by colours, and are completely drawn to their warmth. The children learn and develop in unimaginable ways when they interact with colourful worksheets. Not only do colours provide comfort and encouragement to children, but they also help in emotional development and overall well-being! More

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    Whether it’s a global issue like COVID-19 or a local emergency, businesses must have a crisis communication plan in place for their customers. This goes beyond minor adjustments to marketing messages. The plan must extend to customer service teams, your website, social channels, customer-facing staff, and more. While we often can’t control the societal crisis at hand, we can control our response to it. Here are tips to help you formulate a plan that communicates the impact of a situation and next-steps to your students. Show that you care. People seek connection during times of uncertainty. Consider a message to students to show you’re aware of the issue and offer helpful resources. Social media, email, or your online community are particularly accessible mediums for a brief and immediate message. Be proactive in your communications. Your students count on you even more than usual during a crisis. Proactively announce changes or impacts to your business. Do not make customers hunt for the information they need – instead, bring it to them. Create communication that is appropriate within a variety of channels, including email, SMS, push notifications, social, IVR systems, chatbot introductions, homepage modals, and headers, and dedicated web landing pages (we can help you). Establish a parallel approach designed to inform students and employees in equal measure as appropriate. Inspire your audience. In times of need, those who are not affected are often in a position to assist others. You can be a catalyst by allowing corporate citizenship to shine. Do all you can to help. Share a donor portal; communicate your […] More

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    Dear Students, You may not know this now, but 2020 will be one of the best years of your life. After the coronavirus struck the world, schools and pretty much any public place you can name shut down. You got to be homeschooled by your parents, and you will remember only the positives of this unprecedented time in history – the time when COVID-19 shook up the world and completely interrupted your life as you knew it. You were able to wake up later than usual, you went on scavenger hunts around your home, you built forts, climbed trees, learned how to cook, you mastered riding your bike, and you had the complete and total undivided attention from your parents for weeks on end! What you won’t probably won’t remember is the worry that your parents hid from you, the scrambling around to get essentials like groceries and veggies, which were basically wiped out as soon as the announcement to shelter at home was made. You won’t remember them checking their bank account because they were anxious about how they were going to pay their bills after being mandated to stay home from work – or worse, losing their jobs. Their whole world shut down, but your whole world opened up. While the coronavirus took many lives and caused fear and hardship, there are positive things to take away from this crisis, too. Here are some things to consider as you look forward, and backward, at this unique time in your life. Family is Everything […] More

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    The popular Google Docs add-on, MathType, is now being offered for free for educational institutions. This offer, mandated by the current health crisis, is valid till the first of August 2020. ‘If you are a teacher, an instructor, a school principal or an educational platform administrator, please apply here‘. For those of you who are not familiar with MathType, this is an equation editor which allows you to easily type and handwrite mathematical notation in your Google documents. The add-on provides you with almost the same features you would normally find on the online version. MathType also supports chemical notation which you can access through ChemType. This is “a flavour of MathType designed to help you work with chemical notation. A personalized toolbar with the common chemical symbols but also a different user experience adapted to chemical notation needs. Look for the ChemType icon”. More

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