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Glittery Ice Popsicles; Painting With Melting Colours

This simple and inexpensive art activity will keep your little one entertained on a warm summer day. It is probably best to do this outside though, as it can get rather messy! 396 more words


June holidays: Give children free time and space

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

The June school holidays are here and, for some primary school pupils, that could mean schedules packed with academic revision, remedial lessons and tuition. 850 more words

Current Affairs

Life Learning

Let us cultivate
patience with the process
of learning how to live
or else life becomes a hassle,
offering many reasons
to feel impatient, put upon, 119 more words


What I Learned from Children, and You Can Too! (For Book, Education, Writing Bloggers & More)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Nina Olivar

Founder & Owner of: The Little Miss Secret

-Staff Member, Contributor, Licensed Teacher, Inspirational & Motivational Writer… 519 more words


Making Springs At Home

 teaches us how to make springs on a lathe in this video done in the style of How It’s Made. Mixed in with snark, in his usual style, is a lot of useful information. 170 more words


This week’s Discover Challenge: Learning.

From trying out an instrument to mastering a new language, share a story about a time you set out to learn something new. 223 more words

Writer's Corner

Something Daily - Day 1: Something to Discover

Several years ago, I conducted an experiment. I decided I would write at least one sentence every day and post it to a blog. It served two purposes: 1) It got me to write something each and every day, even if it was only one sentence, and that helped me establish a writing habit, and 2) it forced me to put my writing out into the world, even if no one actually read it—at least I was no longer hiding. 1,775 more words