Letís Google and Yahoo Our Kidsí Education

Written by Joel Turtel

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Third, with Google and Yahoo, Jenny learns at her own pace. If she doesnít understand something she reads about, she can ask her Mom or search Google and Yahoo to findrepparttar answer. She can spend as much time as she wants with a problem that intrigues her. Because she can learn at her own pace, she feels safe and comfortable learning with Google and Yahoo.

In her public-school class, however, Jenny has to learn allrepparttar 147575 materialrepparttar 147576 teacher gives her inrepparttar 147577 specific timerepparttar 147578 teacher allows. Then (in later grades)repparttar 147579 teachers will test her. If Jenny didnít like to studyrepparttar 147580 subjectsrepparttar 147581 teacher told her to learn and did bad on her test, she can feel hurt and humiliated. She then associates learning with pain and humiliation. This in turn can extinguish Jennyís joy in learning.

With Google and Yahoo, Jenny finds learning a constant joy. With public schools, more often than not, learning becomes a boring drudge or worse.

Government-controlled public schools will never give your kidsrepparttar 147582 kind of joyous education they deserve,repparttar 147583 kind your children can get in a homeschooling environment. At home, your kids can learn from Google, Yahoo, learning software, or hundreds of other low-cost education resources available to you right now.

So how can we Google and Yahoo our childrenís education? Parents, you might seriously consider taking your children out of public school, permanently. Let your kids once again discoverrepparttar 147584 joy of learning with education alternatives like Google and Yahoo, homeschooling, or low-cost, quality, Internet private schools.

I talk about all these great education alternatives for your children in my book, ďPublic Schools, Public Menace: How Public Schools Lie To Parents and Betray Our Children.Ē

Joel Turtel is the author of ďPublic Schools, Public Menace: How Public Schools Lie To Parents and Betray Our Children." Website: www.mykidsdeservebetter.com, Email: lbooksusa@aol.com, Phone: 718-447-7348. Article Copyrighted © 2005 by Joel Turtel. NOTE: You may post this Article on another website only if you set up a hyperlink to Joel Turtelís email address and website URL, www.mykidsdeservebetter.com

Kid Birthday Party Game Ideas - 7 Proven Winners

Written by By Mike Dougherty "Grandpa Mike"

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Los A Socks

How many socks can you put on?

Get a whole bunch of socks. They don't even have to match. Placerepparttar same number of socks in two bags, or two baskets or two boxes. Line up your party guests in two teams. Start your party theme music and giverepparttar 147574 first players on each team just 30 second to put on as many socks as they can. When you stoprepparttar 147575 music, they must stop putting on socks. Then count each child's socks. The one withrepparttar 147576 most socks wins. Keep track of each teams sock count and whenrepparttar 147577 last two party guests have played,repparttar 147578 team that put onrepparttar 147579 most socks winsrepparttar 147580 prize. Have your party guests remove thier shoes before you play so they can put onrepparttar 147581 socks. This kid birthday game is always a favorite.

Silly Musical Hats And Wigs

Crazy hats and wigs make lots of fun!

Place a couple of chairs inrepparttar 147582 middle ofrepparttar 147583 room and put hats and wigs onrepparttar 147584 chair seats. Have allrepparttar 147585 kids form a circle aroundrepparttar 147586 chairs. Make sure you have one less hat or wig then children playingrepparttar 147587 game. Start your party theme music and haverepparttar 147588 children walk aroundrepparttar 147589 chairs. Then stoprepparttar 147590 music and haverepparttar 147591 children grab a hat or wig and put it on. The player without a hat or wig is out. Now take out a hat or wig and startrepparttar 147592 music again. Repeat this until there is only one player left... Always remember to have one less hat or wig than you have players. The last two players will be trying for only one hat or wig. A terrific game!

You can pick up some silly looking wigs and hats at a party supply store.

Funny Chin-To-Chin Pass

A birthday party classic that'll have um laughing.

No hands allowed... Line up your party guests in two teams and start your party theme music. The object is to have each team pass a balloon, a rubber ball or an apple or an orange from chin-to-chin downrepparttar 147593 line torepparttar 147594 last player. Ifrepparttar 147595 object being passed is dropped, that team has to start over atrepparttar 147596 begining ofrepparttar 147597 line. The first team to passrepparttar 147598 object allrepparttar 147599 way torepparttar 147600 end without dropping it wins! Remember, no hands allowed.

For more game ideas take a quick look at Fun-Kid-Birthday-Parties.com

These kid birthday party game ideas are all proven winners and your birthday child and all thier guests will have a wonderful time playing these classic games.

Mike Dougherty has years worth of experience putting together fun birthday parties for his children and now his grandchildren. Mike is webmaster for his web sites http://fun-kid-birthday-parties.com and a movie themed site http://best-dvd-movie-club.com

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