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" Learn How to Nurture A Smarter Kid "
Volume #2 Issue #16
ISSN: 0219-7642 June 04, 2004
Andrew Loh, Publisher
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The other days while I was with my kids at home, we heard the sounds of the helicopter
buzzing at the distant. We looked out from our window and saw the military
helicopter, Chinook, flying pass. Due to the distance, my kids couldn't see clearly how
the ‘Chinook' helicopter looks like. And so happen that I was connected to the Internet at that
time, immediately I launched a web browser and visited Google image
I entered the search word ‘Chinook' and Google returned a list of pictures on the ‘Chinook'
helicopter instantly. Finally, my kids got a close-up look on the ‘Chinook' helicopter,
while I was amazed on how I make use of the Internet technology to help my kids to learn.
From then on, whenever they wanted to see something interesting, they would asked me to use the Internet …8-).
We had seen the largest living mammal in the world, blue whale, the pictures of Mars, the images
of Moray eel …and almost anything they want to see. So, I hope you
can make full use of this tool provided by Google to satisfy the
curiosity of your kids and at the same time saves yourself tons of money on
encyclopedia. Enjoy your times with your kids in this summer
holiday. Take care.
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Lessons our children taught us
In their innocence, children often reveal to adults meanings in life that they, hardened
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the Brain Learns, 2nd Edition (Text & Manual)
By David A. Sousa
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for the nature of human nature
Harvard University Gazette May 27, 2004
Steven Pinker is looking into peoples' brains to try to see what's on their minds. The Johnstone
Family Professor of Psychology at Harvard disagrees with those who think that, at birth, it's
chemicals hurt kids' brains
The Straits Times Jun 3, 2004
Man-made chemicals are harming the intelligence of children in Europe, damaging their memory and IQ levels, the environmental group WWF International has said.
smarter way to learn
The Daily Tribune May 27, 2004
SMART (Stimulated Maturity through Accelerated Readiness Training)
is a new program develops physiological and neurological readiness skills essential to students'
success in the classroom. Targeting pre-kindergarten through third grade, it is designed to allow
each child to progress at his or her own rate while enhancing the child's abilities in a playful,
it nature or nurture? Maybe it is a bit of both
Medical News Today May 28, 2004
While genes play a big role in how children overcome the deprivation of a poor socioeconomic
background, the quality of parenting plays a role as well, according to a study of 1,116 pairs of
Tucson Citizen May 26, 2004
With obesity now considered an epidemic, health experts are debating whether the low-carb eating
plans favored by adults - Atkins, the Zone and South Beach diets - are also effective and healthy
for bodies that may be chubby but still in their formative years.
parents contribute to kids behavioral problems: study
newkerala.com May 15, 2004
A new study has found that parents who interact with their children rather than regulate their
children's behavior are less likely to have children with drug and alcohol abuse or behavioral
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