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Halloween books for kids

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CREATIVE ALTERNATIVES FOR HALLOWEEN CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES



While Halloween day celebration in school might be a typical experience for you, it should not be the case with kids pacing ahead with a contemporary lifestyle. You might probably remember the dressing style or the activities that you used to take part in. But, you should double the excitement through these creative alternatives rather than following those conventional classroom activities.

Character ParadeLet the kids draw inspiration from comic books or Halloween books for kids. They can think of adorning themselves with outfits as depicted through animated characters. Besides, you can let the children select from a vast collection and dress up based on a particular theme and the protagonist of the plot. For example, if the book speaks about a mouse and cookies, then you can make them dress up like the animal while his peers embellished in attractive apparels.

Vocabulary DayEver since the popular book pertaining to vocabulary hit…

ALL ABOUT COLUMBUS DAY - YOU GOT TO SEE WHETHER YOU KNOW THIS

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Columbus day is recognized for the arrival of the great Renaissance explorer, Christopher Columbus in America. It was way back in the year 1492 when this European settlement was founded and a cultural exchange took place between the continents namely, Europe and America. It was during that period of time, European immigrants introduced certain principles in America. These were mainly related with art, music, philosophy, religion and medicine. This worked way beyond to chisel USA with the inclusion of Judeo-Christian ethics with the perception that there is no discrimination between men who are equal in sight. On October 12, 1792, it was the first time when the day was celebrated with great pomp and show. It was at that time Columbus was honored by the New York Society of Tammany on the 300th anniversary of his first expedition. 
About Christopher ColumbusBorn in Genoa in the year 1451, Christopher Columbus was an Italian explorer who took sailing as his passion at a tender age of 14. H…

Discover New Terrains Through Books This Columbus Day

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EDUCATING KIDS ABOUT LABOR DAY

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It’s actually ironic to think that despite being a holiday marked to remember American workers, it was a workday when retail employees had to go through a tough time. So, instead, of thinking to shop at outlets down the street, think it wise to spend some time with your family members and educate little ones about Labor Day. Ensure that you as a parent can speak about the importance of Labor Day.

Even when adults think that is not essential to explain the existence of Labor Day, there are many reasons why you should discuss Labor Day with your kids. Little ones would learn from the moral of the story and would realize that teamwork is required for accomplishing results. It’s the power of collective actions that drive the approach rather than the role of an individual who works alone. It’s not us but a well-known professor who had earlier spoken the aforementioned sentences in an email interview.

There are many books which would help your little ones learn about Labor Day. Visit the L…