To my surprise Thomas Edison the inventor of the light bulb had very little formal education. As a child he attended school only for a few months and most of his education he gained by his mother and his own merit.
When reading the United States Library of Congress biography of Edison, I saw there was an incident in which he was labeled “addled” by a school administrator. This event led his mother to remove him from school. After that he was famously homeschooled and taught reading, writing, and arithmetic by his mother, a teacher by training. He was always a very curious child and taught himself much by reading on his own.
On November 29, 1907 a literary journal called Continue reading The true story of the light bulb genius inventor’s home reading education
Two days ago, a newly married colleague who just realised that I published “Practical Parenting To Go”, asked me to give him reasons to read Practical Parenting. It got me by surprise, since I’m not promoting it off-line. So I thought for a second, and realised that the list of chapters can be an excellent example of its benefits. I wish I had a camera ready when I told him. His facial surprise was amusing.
Basicly, the book was written with the purpose of helping parents to upgrade their parenting skills. Relying on my 16+ years of parenting experience and some pro advice, the book curates some priceless practical wisdom. While enjoying its clear and straightforward nature, Practical Parenting To Go – will show you how to raise a happy, self confident, powerful and loving kid.
Later taht day, I thougt that if what I spoke with my friend made such an impact , then I should check how a well formed presentation would work, too. I gave it two days’ work, and published on slideshare a document with 11 powerful reasons to read Practical Parenting To Go. So here it is.
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Many parents often complain that their children do not clean their room at all. Sometimes they get so annoyed with their kids that they clean the messy room themselves. Are you facing the same messy room problems? Stop arguing with them or cleaning it by yourself. There is a lighter and better way to do it without being strict to your kids. This article will give you some ideas to harness your kids to a cleaning crusade.
Continue reading Kid’s messy room – a stash of treasures and trash