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Things To Consider If You Want To Get Your Kid To College At A Young Age

Your kid may be a genius, so he can move on to college at a young age. This achievement must have made you proud. But college at a young age is so challenging. Being a genius is not enough. A good attitude and capabilities are needed for success in college. Capabilities such as critical thinking, analytical thinking, discussion skills are needed.

 

Joyful Journey Through a Colorful Childhood – Drawing and Coloring

One of the most magical activities that a child can undertake is also one of the first he engages, drawing. Scribbling, drawing's most incipient form, opens the realm of extraordinary through color and simple lines on a piece of paper, nurturing creativity, opening up to the unknown.
Pencil and paper are threatened today but technology through tablets and smartphones are challenging the realm of imagination lesser and lesser, serving things directly, leaving little to nothing for one's creative intelligence.

One of the most magical activities that a child can undertake is also one of the first he engages, drawing. Scribbling, drawing`s most incipient form, opens the realm of extraordinary through color and simple lines on a piece of paper, nurturing creativity, opening up to the unknown.

 

Back To (Home) School After Deschooling

After a period of Deschooling, it's the time to back to homeschool! What is deschooling? Deschooling is the period of stopping from all the learn routines, the goal is to restore child’s passion for learning. It is similar to the school holiday, the difference is the duration of the deschooling is determined by the child, not by others. Deschooling can be abruptly terminated by the child. It is certainly encouraging parents when they discovered that their child is eager to do formal learning again, but at the same time, it potentially causing parents to be confused. Indeed, there are some preparations that parents should do during deschooling.

How to back to homeschool after a period of deschooling?

 

 

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