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Christmas Pictures To Get You Writing
Christmas, Image Prompts, Kids Activities
30 Christmas Pictures To Get You Writing ‘Tis Jolly Season

Christmas images play a huge role during ‘tis jolly season. Think about, all those greeting cards you’re looking for, the inspiration you need to decorate your home or even how to lay your table. Christmas pictures inspire everything. Now, while you’re busy with the grown up stuff, let your kids ...

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10 Ways to Awaken Creativity in Your Child
Creativity Techniques, Guest Posts, Literacy Tips
10 Ways to Awaken Creativity in Your Child

In a world dominated by video games and smartphones, it should come as no surprise that the modern parent is becoming increasingly concerned about their child’s creative development. After all, how can a child’s inherent thirst for creativity, exploration, and knowledge come to light if constantly overshadowed by the allure ...

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How To Find Your Child’s Primary Learning Style
Guest Posts
How To Find Your Child’s Primary Learning Style

Every child is unique and that is the most beautiful trait about children. We believe that what we, as adults teach them, make them learn, we are basically responsible for their overall growth and development and this is true but they do for us, likewise. We learn a lot from ...

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Master Horror Stories With These 25 Halloween Image Prompts
Halloween, Image Prompts
Master Horror Stories With These 25+ Halloween Image Prompts

Want to be the next R. L. Stine? A horror story legend? Then you need a killer story idea to start with! But coming up with a scary tale is harder than you think. There are so many stories out there about ghosts, zombies, werewolves and vampires. How do you ...

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Oliver Twist Book Review_ Charles Dickens
Book Reviews, Guest Posts
Oliver Twist Book Review: Charles Dickens

Oliver Twist is a book written by the massively talented Charles Dickens back in the late 1830s and still remains one of the most famous books till date. With the Phrase “Oliver Twist” becoming a metaphor to describe someone who shows lack of disrespect or is someone who requests more ...

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How To Develop the Habit Of Reading In Kids_
Guest Posts, Literacy Tips, Reading Techniques
How To Develop the Habit Of Reading In Kids?

Reading has so many benefits that could not be counted. When I was in grade 4 I read a quote on my school board which was written by our teacher. He used to write one quote daily to motivate the students. While entering the school we used to take a ...

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8 Ways to Improve your Child's Vocabulary
Guest Posts, Literacy Tips
8 Ways to Improve your Child’s Vocabulary

The learning and the proper understanding of vocabulary are important for a child so as to gain academic excellence. It helps a child to adapt ideas and think more logically. In addition, it also helps in boosting up the power of communication in a more engaging way.  Therefore, the process ...

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Techniques To Inspire KS2 Children to Read For Pleasure
Guest Posts, Literacy Tips
Techniques To Inspire KS2 Children to Read For Pleasure

Encouraging students to read for pleasure helps students, parents and teachers alike. If they naturally like to learn, they will be willing to go further in their studies and be better able to conquer unfamiliar subject material. Fostering a sense of responsibility and curiosity in students is nurtured by instilling ...

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7 Books That Teach Children to Be Global Citizens
Guest Posts, Reading Lists
7 Books That Teach Children to Be Global Citizens

The children of today will eventually grow up to be the world's future, and that is precisely why it becomes crucial to raise our kids with the intrinsic values of global awareness. They need to be made very aware of the conditions that people from other places live in to ...

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10 Techniques to Improve Your Child's Handwriting
Guest Posts, Story Writing Tips
10 Techniques to Improve Your Child’s Handwriting

Did you know that 25 to 33% of children struggle with handwriting? Growing up from the age of scribbling to serious writing, many attain beautiful handwriting, while others deal with untidy handwriting. This can be a major concern, especially when kids are back to school after a long vacation – ...

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