Exercise is essential for children of all ages, but girls can get special benefits from playing sports.
It is something of quite great importance to encouraging your child to join in activities and learn to contribute to a team effort.
Leading psychologist and author, Daniel Goleman argued that EQ is a more important measure of how successful a person is, than IQ.
Although each child is unique and develops at his/ her own pace, most educators agree upon a certain set of skills for kindergarteners.
Be it scoring a goal, netting a basketball or hitting a shuttlecock, sporting activities require focus which, in turn, helps boost academic performance.
If you're a parent or becoming a parent in the future, you should think about how to raise your offspring to become successful.
You may not realize it, but the little things you do every day might just be a sign that you’d make a great teacher.
What do you do when all of your proactive approaches fall flat? Here are six tips to help you resolve those unavoidable issues.
We are always looking for the magic bullet, something that will solve all our problems. And, today this magic bullet for education is technology.
Reasons to support the argument for arts in the classroom. As one of the creators of KinderArt.com, I often receive letters from teachers who work ...