Making the Most of Summer Reading

Now that we’ve been out of school for a while, it’s time to dig out that summer reading list. What’s that you say? “It’s summer, kids should be able to relax and enjoy their vacation. Why do our kids have ‘homework’ over the...

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6 Journaling Ideas to Spark Your Child’s Interest in Nature

Experiencing nature is deeply rooted to touching, smelling, seeing, hearing and tasting. We may not be able to see the bird in the tree, but we know it is there because we can hear its call. There is no better taste than wild...

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Video Games and ESports in Schools

Many of our students are immersed in the world of gaming. Video games have been around for decades, from the advent of Pong to today’s lifelike gaming environments. My first contact with competitive video-gaming occurred in the...

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