Happy Pi Day!

Happy Pi Day!

March 14 is Pi Day. It is the day that people around the world who write the date in the m/dd format celebrate the mathematical constant pi (π) by doing pi related activities and…eating lots of pie. The digits in

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Parenting Cue Cards

GreatSchools.org, in partnership with The Yale Center for Emotional Excellence have collaborated to create Parenting Cue Cards. It’s an interesting concept. A series of sample situations that you might encounter with your children are presented…along with tips/cues/ideas of how to handle

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Happy π Day!

excerpted from an article by Tim Sloan Yes, it’s π (pi) day, so once again we celebrate an amazing coincidence of calendar and math. This is the date of the year that matches the first three digits of the decimal

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It’s Not About Grownups Behaving Badly

It’s Not About Grownups Behaving Badly

Ranting and raving; dirty tricks; truth twisting and deception; quoting without context; pretending and pretensions; promises, promises promises…welcome to 2016 and the Presidential campaign! The newspapers, television, radio; Facebook and Twitter feeds; in fact every aspect of our daily lives

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The Case For Cursive Writing

The Case For Cursive Writing

With the advent of the keyboard, the teaching of cursive writing in American schools has suffered a swift and sudden demise. The Common Core Standards passed in 2010 require keyboarding skills but make no mention of handwriting. But, thanks to

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