Last week I posted a message about the utilization of new media on primary/elementary schools. I then thought of some reasons why the usage of internet and computers is still relatively small. After speaking with some teachers, I found out there are at least two other good reasons: 1) Money. Let’s face it, although governments […]
I read a newspaper article today here in the Netherlands about the usage of new media in primary/elementary schools. Although the article mentioned a distinct rise in internet and computer use in general, it is currently only used in 26% of all schools. Granted, it has risen from 15% last year, but I still think it’s […]
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Writing Child Stories in an ADHD World Have you noticed how your attention span has gotten shorter? Personally, I rarely have the patience to sit through a move in which the plot slowly unfolds. With a few notable exceptions, the plot has to move at a brisk pace. If we, as adults, now demand a […]
Spice Up Child Stories by Using Sound This article presents a parenting tip for using sound, and especially onomatopoeia, with child stories. The benefits are: they make child stories more interesting stories become more interactive making sounds is fun Why Use Sound? As recently as a few centuries ago, stories were primarily oral/aural; they were […]
Lots of stuff for the fish theme: fish crafts, fish worksheets and fish lessons.