Baking is among the most scientific of all cooking forms; the slightest variance in ingredients or amounts can have huge impacts. Learning to stay in control of the variables that affect your baking can be an exercise in frustration. Then, once you have seemingly followed a recipe to the letter, it ... Read More about The No-Fret Guide to Pan Conversion #Inforgraphic
Learning to code provides kids with more than just the skills required for programming jobs. Coding is not only a practical, but it has multiple professional and recreational applications. It also teaches organization, patience, planning, and attention to detail, skills which apply to all areas of ... Read More about Science Literacy Week 2018 @DKCanada & Coding
This cute little book is designed for the smallest potential coders. Without a keyboard or touchscreen in sight, children learn, among other things, the principles of breaking down a large task into bite (or should that be byte?) sized pieces, laying out a plan, and hunting for bugs.You can ... Read More about “My First Coding Book” From @DKCanada
With the ability to cater to your child's educational needs, it's no surprise that homeschooling is becoming more and more popular. Teaching your child at home allows you to ensure your child is getting the one-on-one time that so many kids often don't get in school. While the American School ... Read More about 3 Ways to Keep Your Child Physically Active During Homeschooling
What is "Safari Tales?" Paraphrased from the Safari Tales press releaseSAFARI TALES™ is an enchanting animal adventure game which encourages exploration in reading and vocabulary skills by casting the player as both adventurer and storyteller. Your child joins five baby animals as they explore ... Read More about Safari Tales – The Literacy App You’ll Love #Review
Have you ever tried to figure out which learning style your child has? It can be hard to determine if your child’s learning style is hands-on, visual or auditory. No matter what learning style your child has developed it’s important to figure it out. When you know how your child learns best you can ... Read More about What’s Your Childs’ Learning Style?
Kindergarten is the first year your child will attend school. During this year, your little one will be introduced to many new skills in both reading and math. These skills will serve as an essential foundation in the coming school years. Getting the basics right at this stage not only helps your ... Read More about Math Skills For Every Kindergartener To Master
Moving house is something that everyone is probably going to wind up doing at some point in their lives. There are a lot of things to keep in mind if you are serious about making the right kind of house move. As a parent, this is something that will likely become even more of a necessity as your ... Read More about Moving House Checklist – Tick Off These Points
Many of us, all feel we are underpaid or underappreciated in our jobs from time to time. If you would like to progress your career, and you have no chance for a promotion at your current workplace, you might want to start looking somewhere else. First, however, you will have to decide what your ... Read More about Is Education the Key to Your Next Career Change?
When you're looking for the right home, you have to weigh many different options and considerations. Ultimately, you should pick a home based on what your instincts tell you. This is easier said than done, as 52% of home buyers say that finding the right property is the most difficult part of the ... Read More about When You Think You’ve Found The Right Home
If you have made a mistake and stopped learning, it is never too late to restart. In fact, you might find that once your kids are a bit older, you have a bit more spare time in your life. So, why not dedicate some of this new-found time to learning a new skill or working towards a qualification? ... Read More about Going Back To School When You’re All Grown Up
The general consensus when it comes to the number one thing that people don't want to experience on a plane is being seated next to a child. And actually, most parents don't want to be flying with their toddler or infant either. They can be difficult to soothe and keep quiet on a long flight, which ... Read More about 4 Air Travel Tips for Keeping a Toddler Totally Tractable