According to USA Today, there has been a remarkable 11% decrease in first-time unemployment insurance claims from March at almost 7 million claims to the first week of July at more than 1 million. This goes to show that, amid the pandemic’s detrimental effects on the individual and the economy, . . .
"Spare the rod and spoil the child." This adage takes on a different meaning, especially today. The traditional child-rearing and discipline practices of the past are now coming into question. What was previously practiced before is now carefully being analyzed. Although it may be appropriate, those practices are integrated into family . . .
Children between the ages of 3 and 7 years old love playing with their siblings, parents, and peers! Playtime isn't just about having fun with others but also about learning new skills, strengthening old skills, and establishing relationships with others. Indeed, it isn't about the expensive toys but the quality . . .
Children's museums provide an enriching experience for young learners. Exhibiting items and activities of historical and practical significance, museums open young minds to imagination, exploration, and discovery. While traditional museums are often subject-centered, high-culture, and have hands-off policies on their collections, kid-friendly museums are quite different. They feature an interactive approach . . .