Educational Games To Play With Your Kids

5 Educational Games to Play With Kids The period of childhood is a very strategic and specific one. Children do not remain children forever, and the activities they engage in as kids help them build up ┬álife skills. It is important to include playtime in the routine of kids. The activities engaged in during playtime can also be tailored to enhance strategic thinking, problem-solving and emotional skills. Here are some educational games to play with kids. These games were selected based on their ability to develop essential skills in children. Kids learn fast and soak up activities from their environment really quickly. So, educational games, puzzles and hard riddles that challenge them should be aimed at teaching them essential skills in a fun and relaxing way. Everyone from teachers to babysitters to parents will find the following games enlightening for kids. Hide-and-seek Although this is an old and traditional game for kids, it is still very much relevant in helping them to build essential life skills. Here's what a child learns from hide-and-seek. When you hide and tell the child to find you, they begin to engage their minds in exploring possible hiding places. As they engage their minds, they also are building up critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Also, as kids hide, they analyze the environment and hide in most suitable places engaging their minds and building up analytical skills. Hide-and-seek is also so much fun, so you get to build these skills while having fun. Simon says This game is…

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Teaching People The Proper Way To Comment

Most people probably don't realize this but there was a time when I was studying to be a teacher and I only had a semester to complete to get my degree before I gave it all away. There were many reasons for this but the main reason was I discovered near the end that I didn't have a passion for it and so I decided I would be doing all those kids a disservice were I to continue on. Now seeing as how I have all that experience I wondered if I could use it to teach people the proper way to comment on a blog. I know there are a whole lot of posts out there that have tried to educate people the proper way to leave a comment, I even wrote one myself called Commenting 101 Important Rules For 2009, yet even with this wealth of information I find there's a lot of people out there who just don't get it. Perhaps they think they understand the proper technique but for some reason they've missed some vital point, and so they continue to leave comments that can be so bad some people interpret it as spam and send them to Akismet Hell. I'm hoping this post will solve that problem and the way I'm hoping to do that is by grading every comment out of 10. That means that I will allow all comments, even the spam ones, and with each grade I will give a reason as to why…

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