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How to Multiply (easily) two-digit numbers in your head
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EARLY LEARNING IS KEY

Kids are set up to failure if they are not required to memorize basic number facts.

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Phyllorhiza Punctata is a species of Jellyfish also known as the Floating Bell, Australian Spotted Jellyfish or the White-Spotted Jellyfish. It is native to the western Pacific from Australia to Japan, but has been introduced widely elsewhere. It feeds primarily on zooplankton. (Wikipedia)

Picture: White-Spotted Jellyfish off the north coast of Haiti (Wikipedia - w/Effects)
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The ChildUp Project by the +Arcanys Early Learning Foundation in the Philippines.
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Should Children with Reading Difficulties Be Given the Label of “Dyslexia”?

According to Joe Elliott and Elena Grigorenko, authors of the book “The Dyslexia Debate”, “dyslexia” is an imprecise label that does nothing to assist the children to whom it is applied. The authors are not denying that there is indeed a well known issue for children with reading difficulties and that it should be recognized and treated early on. It is the use and label of the term of dyslexia that they are questioning and are pushing into abandoning. They argue that applying this term is unscientific because there is no of universally agreed set of criteria for the diagnosis of developmental reading disorder.
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The Pipits are a cosmopolitan genus, Anthus, of small passerine Birds with medium to long tails. The genus is widespread, occurring across most of the world, except the driest deserts, rainforests and the mainland of Antarctica.

Picture: Hungry Passerine Pipits (Wikipedia - w/Effects)
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Preschool Math: Counting Mammals

How many Orangutans are in this picture?
How many Baboons?
How many Apes?
How many Monkeys?
How many Primates?
How many Mammals?
How many Animals?

10 + 1 = 11
1 + 10 = 11

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Shark vs Octopus: Which will win?
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EARLY LEARNING IS KEY

Teaching toddlers to pay attention is the key to academic success.

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The Woolly Mammoth is an extinct species of Mammoth that lived during the Pleistocene epoch. It diverged from the Steppe Mammoth about 400,000 years ago in East Asia. Its closest extant relative is the Asian Elephant. (Wikipedia)

Picture: Woolly Mammoth - Model at the Royal BC Museum (Wikipedia - w/Effects)
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