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The Pros and Cons of New Year’s Resolutions for Children

New Year’s resolutions for children ages 5 to 12, when done well, can be a positive experience. However, if done poorly, they can set up a child to feel disappointed and inadequate, according to mother of three and family therapist Michele Southworth of the Council for Relationships in Philadelphia PA. Unkept New Year’s resolutions can be even […]

4th National Mental Math Competition | Dec. 16, BC

Aloha Mind Math Canada is organizing its 4th National Mental Math Arithmetic Competition. After the huge success of the previous competitions, this year’s competition promises to be even bigger and better! All Aloha Mind Math Canada students are encouraged to participate in the competition and parents are invited too. The event will be an opportunity for […]

Benefits Of Volunteering For Students

Getting involved in volunteering activities form a young age can reap in huge benefits on the overall development. Volunteering inculcates a sense of purpose and commitment in their life. There are various reasons why students should volunteer while they still go to school. Invaluable Experience Volunteering helps you gain invaluable work experience other than just […]

Motivation – Key To Learning New Skills!

One who finds a way to keep them motivated is more likely to achieve greater success in life. Learning and motivation go hand in hand. The society we live in has set its certain boundaries and routines which one is expected to follow; going to school, passing your grades, following the timetable etc. are few […]

Importance of Time Management for Students

Gone are the days when time used to be a liberal commodity. When you could sit for hours under the stars or you could play ball with your friends till eternity and still managed to get your homework done. Time Management is an essential life skill which plays a very important role not only in […]

How To Avoid ‘Back To School’ Blues!

You know your summer vacation was perfect when you slept until you wanted to; ate whenever you felt like; went out to play; and had a whole lot of fun with family and friends. But the vacation has now ended and it’s time to go ‘back to school’! The initial few days of getting back […]

How to Teach Your Children to Do Mental Math

How to Teach Your Children to Do Mental Math It is important that everybody learn to do some calculations mentally when paper and pencil or a calculator is not handy. This article, Part 1, suggests a few beginning mental math strategies that a parent might help a child learn at home. Mental math should not […]