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CHRISTIAN ACTIVITIES for Two’s

After your 2-year-old celebrates his second birthday, expect him to experience major intellectual, physical, social and emotional changes that will help him to explore and make sense of his world.  Parents can help their kids navigate the transitions with activities geared toward helping them better understand their actions, behaviors, thoughts and feelings. Always blend activities with Continue Reading

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HEARING AND LISTENING

Hearing is simply the act of perceiving sound by the ear.  If you are not hearing-impaired, hearing simply happens.  Hearing is the act of perceiving sound and receiving sound wavesor vibrationsthrough your ear.  Listening, however, is something you consciously choose to do.  Listening requires concentrationso that your brain processes meaning from words and sentences. Listening is the act of hearing a sound and understanding what you hear.  Listening requires concentration so that your brain processes meaning from words and sentences. IS Continue Reading

Newspaper Activities

Our newspapers are leaving us because of the internet online newspapers!  However, some of those newspapers are still around surviving.  Years ago, I went to a seminar on newspaper activities.  I still create and use these activities today!  These activities are educational as children look through the newspapers to find the answers to the questions Continue Reading

The Importance of Listening Children began to listen long before they read, write, or speak.  Some children enter school without ever having listened consciously or been held responsible for listening.  For many children, listening is the most important medium of listening.  Growth in the other skills of communication is always conditioned by the ability to listen.  Listening Continue Reading

How DO We Communicate?

Dictionary defines communication as: “to act one upon another.” We use our communication to: share information comment ask questions express wants and needs develop social relationships develop social etiquette which is polite behavior in society It is interesting to note that mostly our communication is oral, face-to-face and one-on-one.  In our communication, we, the teacher, are the sender of a message, which goes to another co-worker, parent, Continue Reading