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5 Ways Children Can Learn Wise Money Skills From Their Parents

Kids learn more when they observe the actions of their parents who are their first role models. So, how may parents teach their children the values of delaying gratification, saving hard-earned money, and become wise consumers, values that will serve them well into adulthood and pave for them the way to a successful life? Consider [...]

Why This Financial Expert Says Parents Should Teach Their Children the Value of Work

In one of the letters that financial adviser, Dave Ramsey, who writes a column on deseret news about finance and financial literacy received from readers; he explains why teens need to learn the connection between work and money, and why they need to learn this lesson from their parents. See the letter. Dear Dave, My son [...]

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10 Motivational Tips To Help Children Read

Whether you have your own children or teach in a classroom, you may come to a point where you want or need to help children read. Whether you are teaching them how to read their very first letters and words or motivating them to participate in a book club or reading contest, guiding children’s reading [...]

A Look Into the History of Children’s Day

As children across the country celebrate Children's Day today, we look into the history of this day. Is it celebrated on the same day around the world? And what is the significance of the day? Is It Celebrated the Same Day Worldwide? Children's Day is recognised on various days in many countries around the world. [...]

The Puzzle That Most Adults Cannot Solve, But Which Most Children Can!

A simple logic puzzle which can bamboozle a lot of adults has 80% of children solving  it near-instantly. The puzzle is this - which way is the bus going? The identical windows at each end of the bus seem to offer no clue as to which direction it’s travelling - but there IS a clue [...]

How Can I Talk To My Parents?

An Open Line of Communication Have you ever tried talking to your parents, but the words did not come out right? Perhaps it did, but they were not listening, and you were cut off eventually. It could also be that your parents wanted to talk, but you would rather not. What should you [...]