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Beware of Media

In today’s technology-obsessed age, the average American sees, hears about or uses some form of media every single day. The term media commonly refers to mass communication through the use of newspapers, books, magazines, television, radio, film, video games, and Internet-enabled devices like computers, tablets, and cell phones. And in recent years, the media, especially […]

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3 Ways Over-scheduling Can Hurt Your Kids

In this day and age, parents get a lot of pressure. In order to do their job right, their kid has to end up at Harvard, become a famous scientist, and change the world — or at the very least be high school valedictorian! And all the while, parents are also supposed to somehow mix […]

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Teaching Children to Listen, Admire & Reason

While parents strive for their children to gain knowledge, it is important to consider that teaching them through example is the best way to learn. The three key points in developing a child’s intellect include: 1. Listening Listening shows respect for the person that is talking. At a young age, children learn to listen through […]

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Gifts for the Mind

The best gifts are those that give knowledge and experiences. Extracurricular activities such as dance, or a special science program are educational experiences that can benefit children intellectually and developmentally. For example, “Studies have shown that dancing can improve memory and everyday performance, in addition to reducing dementia risk over the long-term,” according to Dr. […]

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Music and Intelligence

Research has questioned if music can increase the intelligence of individuals. There was a study1 done on college students that found those students who listened to Mozart music before taking an exam, did better on their test than those that sat in silence or were read relaxation instructions. This “Mozart effect” was found to only […]

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