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The Book Chook: Origami for Kids - Fun with Folding

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BookChook's curator insight, June 6, 2013 8:48 PM

Resources on origami for teachers and parents.

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Et si l'école devenait un lieu de créativité ?

Et si l'école devenait un lieu de créativité ? | Kids | Scoop.it
Une vidéo du conférencier Ken Robinson explique pourquoi l’école en Occident a tendance à asphyxier toute forme de créativité chez les individus.

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The Family Stories That Bind Us

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Studies indicate that children learn resilience when they hear what their relatives before them have faced.

 

After a while, a surprising theme emerged. The single most important thing you can do for your family may be the simplest of all: develop a strong family narrative.

 


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Top 5 Free Apps For Summer Fun Learning

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5 fun educational apps to help prevent summer brain drain

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Et si l'école devenait un lieu de créativité ?

Et si l'école devenait un lieu de créativité ? | Kids | Scoop.it
Une vidéo du conférencier Ken Robinson explique pourquoi l’école en Occident a tendance à asphyxier toute forme de créativité chez les individus.

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The Family Stories That Bind Us

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"Decades of research have shown that most happy families communicate effectively. But talking doesn’t mean simply “talking through problems,” as important as that is. Talking also means telling a positive story about yourselves.


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Gene Bodzin's curator insight, March 15, 2013 5:21 PM

Families all create unique narratives. These may not be the story according to any individual, but they give all members a sense of where the family came from, what it has been through, what it is capable of overcoming. This article outlines some compelling reasons for families to consciously create a narrative for its young people.