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To Honk Or Not To Honk?

Posted by on Jun 16, 2015 in Uncategorized |

You don’t have to be a veteran driver to understand that the honking of car horns will be a common part of your driving routine. However, you can help reduce the amount of honking that happens on the road by being more careful about when you honk your horn and why.  Frustration: Not to Honk Honking because you are frustrated with traffic or the antics of another driver on the road is a ‘not to honk’ situation. Honking out of frustration can be confusing to other drivers who may believe one of the following when they...

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The Montessori Method: Understanding The Basics

Posted by on May 7, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The Montessori Method is becoming an increasingly popular way to educate children in both private and public schools, as well as in a home school setting. If you are considering the use of this educational method for your child, it is important for you to first understand the basics of how this method works. Taking the time to review the facts outlined below can help you to develop this understanding: The Montessori Method Promotes An Unstructured Learning Environment Most traditional educational models require a very formal, structured...

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The Real Cost Of A College Transfer

Posted by on Mar 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Towards the end of every summer, millions of recent high school graduates prepare to embark on their next educational journey: college. Of this group, many will continue to matriculate at the same institution and earn their degree, some will drop out, and another group will decide to transfer to another college to pursue their goals. For the group that decides to transfer, there are a number of unforeseen issues that can arise. Learning the real cost associated with a college transfer will help you realize the importance of getting it right...

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Picking The Right Flight Training Class

Posted by on Feb 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have decided you would like to learn to be able to fly a plane, you will need to have extensive training in order to meet your goal. There are several different options you can pick when taking a flight training class. They are offered at different facilities and specialize in different types of training. Here are some guidelines for you to use to help you determine which type of course would best suit your needs. What Type Of Flying Will You Do? The type of course you will want to take will depend on what purpose you intend on using...

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Preparing Your Child To Go To Daycare

Posted by on Jan 26, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have recently decided you want to get a job to support your family financially, and you have a small child, you may want to look into the benefits of a good daycare program. When children are not yet old enough for school, you are limited with the options available to make sure your child is taken care of properly while you are away. Daycare is a safe environment where you child will have an array of activities available to keep them busy. Here are some points to consider when preparing your child for the idea that they will be going...

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Teaching Young Children To Share

Posted by on Jan 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are a teacher in a preschool environment, at places such as Cottonwood Montessori, you are well aware about how young children are possessive with things they are playing with. Sharing is a learned virtue that can be started at a preschool level. Here are a few methods you can try using in your classroom to help your students learn how to share. Teach By Example Children learn by mimicking their elders and peers. If you want to teach them how to share, try sharing as much as you can around the children that look up to you. Let...

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Fun Pre-School Games That Teach About Teamwork

Posted by on Dec 1, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Small children love to play games and love to learn. Combining the two together makes sense. One thing that should be taught at a preschool level, is the importance of teamwork. No one can handle everything in life by themselves, and children should be taught at a young age that it is alright to ask for help and that the outcome can be easily obtained if people work together toward a goal. Here are some fun games that you can use in the classroom for preschool level children that allows them to interact with one another, while trying to reach...

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Three Reasons Why Your Business Should Use Webinars To Explain HR Benefits

Posted by on Oct 28, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The Human Resources (HR) division of your company is one of the most important components of your overall enterprise. Not only does the HR department handle payroll, they also assist employees with obtaining medical benefits, setting up retirement accounts and obtaining the other perks that you offer to those that work with you.  Although it is customary to distribute HR manuals to employees which outline what they need to do to sign up, you may want to consider accompanying any written materials with a webinar.  Webinars are...

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3 Compelling Reasons To Enroll Your Child To Prep School

Posted by on Oct 26, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As a parent, it’s natural that you should want to see your child succeed in life. For many, this means helping them to attend the best college possible. In order to do this, many people choose to send their children to college prep academies, also known as prep schools. If you would like to learn more about prep schools, read on. This article will present three compelling reasons to enroll your child in prep school. 1. Prep schools offer a better education. When it comes right down to it, you simply can’t escape the fact that...

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