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How to Develop a Super Memory

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Have you ever had someone ask you the name of a movie you recently viewed, and suddenly a thought passes through your head, “Oh no, I don’t think I remember!” And of course you can’t remember it!  Negative thoughts or remarks are memory killers. It’s like we suddenly tell our brain, “Don’t  recall the information.”…

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Art Stimulates Learning in Children

I recently read an interesting article in Parenting Magazine called, “Why Art Makes Kids Smarter.” I’ve been concerned for a long time about the cut back of art programs in the public schools. Art, music, drama all provide access to right brain creating and learning and we need this balance of logic (left brain) and…

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The Power of Stories

BLOG Post 05/13/10 – The Power of Stories

I just read an interesting blog about the amazing power of using a story in helping children remember information.  Stories bring facts alive and are easily remembered. Let’s say you want to teach about Abraham Lincoln and how he died.  You get the facts and relate it to the students.  Next day, they remember nothing.…

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Your Perspective = Your Child’s Destiny

“How parents and teachers talk, tells a child how they feel about him… To a large extent, their language determines his destiny.” –Haim Ginott One of my favorite newsletters is from Custom Homeschool Curriculum by Jena Names. She always has wonderful gems. I asked her to be my guest blogger today and this is what…

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Why I Wrote Thought for the Day

BLOG Post 11/06/12 – Memorizing Inspiring Thoughts | BLOG Post 04/08/10 – Why I Wrote Thought for the Day | BLOG Post 07/30/09 – My New Book 'Thought for the Day' is published!

I love inspiring children to write.  During my years in the classroom, I began every morning with an inspiring “Thought for the Day.”  Students wrote a short paragraph as a journal entry.  The thought for the day was either a quotation or saying that stimulated their thinking skills.  The best part was watching them write…

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No Summer Boredom for Visual Learners!

If you read my previous blog on discovering your child’s learning style, you must be reading this because you have a Visual Learner in your house, right? Of all the learning styles, the visual learner is the one who usually can create something to do on their own.  But lets give them a little push…

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