Whatever the reason, a lot of us have had to cram for a test late at night until the morning. Play lots of games together — and not just educational ones. This summer is when my oldest is going to get more involved in helping with meal preparation.
You must be watching everyone traveling or walking or doing any work are merged deep into the phone. This generation has become smart with phones and does almost everything with it. Why not? They do pretty much everything for us, besides calling – take picture, play music, shoot video, play games, use array of apps and million other things that they perform.
My kids love library days. We’ve been going nuts waiting for the local library to reopen after a remodel, but it’s going to be nice having it open again. New computers, WiFi, new paint and new carpets should make it a pretty nice place to visit this summer. It’s so much cheaper than getting new books for them at the bookstore all the time.
Getting out to the park regularly gets the kids away from the electronic forms of entertainment, and if you have one young enough to nap yet, encourages naptime later on. If your kids are old enough to only be lightly watched as they play, you may even be able to bring your laptop and work while they play.
Any high school student who has already begun to prepare for the SAT knows what comes next. The practice tests, the study guides and, in some cases, the tutor. But what if you can’t afford to, or simply don’t want to, put $200 or $300+ toward acing the SAT? Are you doomed to receive mediocre scores?
How it works This app has varieties choose your fitness level and goal and then Nike Training Club accepts from over Khan Academy workouts to get you on the fast track to fit without the costly personal training sessions.
Please understand that I have high regard for a quality education. On the other hand, my value system thinks a huge debt to the tune of thousands of dollars is simply “entitlement” thinking by many new graduates from our colleges across America.
Smuggler’s Cove, Zakynthos, Greece. The Ionian island of Zakynthos (or Zante) has its fair share of remote beaches. Set off on a mini-adventure to the most secluded of them all, Smuggler’s Cove. There are boats and private charters circling south to the cove – allowing plenty of time for turtle-spotting on the way.
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