Articles about book
Are textbooks dead? Before anyone gets out a shovel to bury those books, think again. Textbooks fulfill a need for neatly packaging a comprehensive content. That need is alive and well. Futuristic indeed are possibilities for forms that textbooks take in the near and distant future.
Intriguing indeed is the search for a great book every year. The search goes on all year and does not limit the search to titles newly published that year. Through conducting the infamous workshop, and it IS infamous among teachers, I have amassed many children’s holiday books. A need is that the chosen book be laugh-out-loud funny or have such a great storyline that the emotional tug from its reading brings about teary eyes. The book must somehow relate to winter or the winter holidays. That’s quite a demand of a book! Not many titles qualify. After twenty years of doing the workshop, it is time to declare arguably the top ten children’s holiday titles on my shelf.
Walking is one of the best forms of exercise, and no gym dues are required if you just know where to walk. Houston, Texas has great venues for walking. That takes care of "walk the walk." A quick suggestion to get you looking forward to that walk is also included via "talk the talk."
The greatest minds of all time tell a tale of the ability to concentrate on tasks being a part of their success. The mind can be taught to concentrate. The best news is, no extra daily hours are needed as daily commute to work time is perfect for the task.
People of all ages struggle with excess weight. With children, bad eating and exercise habits perhaps started early in their lives. But what happens to the person who has never been over weight but all of a sudden is so after age 50? Why does it happen? What is a person to do?
Learning programs for kids abound on the academic front but not so many exist for building crucial social skills. What about social skills? Few setbacks can hamper a child's happiness, success in school and in life more than a lack of social skills.
P.T. Barnum wrote The Art of Money Getting back in the 1880s. The thoughts provided therein make good business sense even today.