Should cell phones be learning tools in the classroom? newsletterRead Should cell phones be learning tools in the classroom?
Eight years ago we purchased a cell phone for our now 22 year old daughter when she began grade nine. Our rationale was that being more independent at that time, a cell phone for communication (with us in particular) was warranted. Now, waiting until our children are high school age to purchase a ce...Read Driven to distraction: Cell phones in the high school classroom
Spelling may well be the bane of most student’s lives but with the help of the Beezi board game, they will have the opportunity to not only practice, improve and master their spelling, but have fun doing so – with their peers or adults, making it a great game for the whole family.
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And They Lived…Happily Never After? by Dr. Barbara Dydyk, psychologist.
The book deals with issues women face such as the loss and grieving of the marriage; the children and their experience of divorce; surviving and caring for herself and how to and when to deal with new relationships.Read And They Lived…Happily Never After?
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It’s that time of year again – to plan ahead for Halloween. For some, this is greeted with excitement and for others, with dread. There are questions to be answered such as: Do we decorate the outside of our home, put on our scariest mask, buy lots of candy and welcome the neighbourhood kids...Read Hauntingly helpful hints
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Sara Dimerman in conversation with Christine Hoheisel. Over the course of this episode you will learn more about:Ways to cut costs as a family such as:Clipping coupons – where to get them and how to organize them so that they are readily ava... Listen to Every day ways to cut costs as a family