5 Must-Read Books On The Paradigms Of Adolescence

Photo by fauxels We have paradigms about ourselves, other people, and life. Negative self-paradigms can limit us, while positive self-paradigms bring out the best in us. By the time kids become teenagers, they are often experiencing a wide range of emotions and start to think about their future (e.g., what their life might look like)….

Ways To Develop Social and Literacy Aspect Among Children

Photo by Mikhail Nilov Parents and teachers play a vital role in young people’s literacy development, adapted and inspired by top early childhood experts.  Literacy Development Whether you’re an early childhood parent or teacher (or both), you play an essential part in helping the kids in your care become literate citizens. Even during significant change…

The Real Deal of Problem Solving With Children

Photo by Anna Shvets The book by Caroleann Rice, The Song of Solomon the Snail, is the perfect means for children to learn the importance of problem-solving. The book shows that everyone can solve problems by themselves. Whether work-related or as simple as losing things at home, problems come and go daily. For adults, this…

Exploring More On Literary Themes

Photo by Josh Hild The themes in the books we read reflect our personalities. These themes are where the story revolves around. It’s essential to learn a little about the commonly used literary themes. There are a couple of ways to determine what certain books are about. We can describe them by the following: A…

Behind Lady Justice’s Eyes: Are They Willingly Blind or Not

Photo by EKATERINA  BOLOVTSOVA The design built around Lady justice was supposed to represent a perfect system. But the question is, does she reflect the realities of justice today, or will her impartiality remain ideal?  What Lady Justice Holds in Her Hands The scales the lady justice is lifting with one arm symbolize the evidence…