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Review of Night Zookeeper An Educational Online Program
Night Zookeeper, an educational online program, is geared towards learners between the ages of 6 and 12 (grades 1 through 6). Night Zookeeper is offering Cleverly Changing readers a 7-day free trial to help you fall in love with the program, and 50% off the annual subscription. Keep reading to get the special link.
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Don't Get Hacked Secure your Facebook Security Settings
With a userbase of over 2.38 billion active users, Facebook is one of the world’s biggest social media websites. Therefore it is so important to make the most of Facebook’s security settings. Facebook can be great for connecting with old ...
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It’s no secret that Facebook can be addicting. For many people Facebook is a great way to connect with co-workers, family, friends, and long-lost relatives, etc. It also a great way to see what’s going in the lives of your ...
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5 ways to teach kids about the human body
We naturally teach our children the basic names of their body parts such as their eyes, nose, mouth, ears, etc, but why stop there. Why not continue to help them expand their knowledge and teach them about the names of ...
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Use apps to build your children academic confidence and help practice new concepts via CleverlyChanging.com
I want to share with you, my system for getting kids to learn new information quickly and thoroughly. In my opinion parents/teachers should use apps to build a child’s confidence and reiterate educational concepts taught in the home or classroom. ...
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Monster Moogle by Danielle Orkin is an iPad app that has a storybook and collage for kids. The app was created for the enjoyment of children who love to use their imaginations and creativity. Both parents and kids will be able ...
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A free product was received for this review. Children born in the 21st century will be expected to be able to compute and type better than all the generations before them and at an earlier age. Computers are almost as ...