Unique five-thousand year old fossil reef found in Vietnam — Đọt Chuối Non

Last update 16:00 | 04/04/2018 vietnamnet For the first time in Vietnam, specialists from the Vietnam Institute of Geosciences and Mineral Resources have discovered a cemetery of fossilised coral reef more than 5,000 years old on Quang Ngai province’s Ly Son Island. The unprecedented and unique discovery opens up new interpretations of the earth dating back […]

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The New Summer Food Trends

The New Summer Food Trends


This is fancy for kids. Kids favorite. 🙂

 

Saffron Alexander wrote . . . . . . Summer is officially here and that means we all have weeks of alfresco dining and BBQ smoke staining your clothes ahead of us. But what will you be serving your friends and family this year? To keep you ahead of all the latest trends guaranteed to […]

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Lunch Box Ideas

Cooking healthy food with imagination and creativity boost health.:)

 

Outside / Restaurant food can never match with perfectly packed home made lunch box. Nowadays people are very health conscious and they are opting to pack a lunch box from home. Usually it’s a big deal, What to prepare for lunch. I have seen a lot of ladies including me, wondering every day, night, what […]

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March 25th is International Waffle Day! — Foodimentary – National Food Holidays

Happy International Waffle Day! Here is today’s interesting food facts about Waffles: International Waffle day originated in Sweden. Vårfrudagen isa Swedish name for “Our Lady’s Day” and sounds like Våffel-dagen (waffle day). Waffles are descended from the flat cakes baked in ancient Greece. These cakes were prepared with cheese and herbs and cooked between two metal plates. The […]

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5 Credit Card Tips

I used to have a credit card linked to certain monthly payments, just in case I didn’t have the cash available at the time bills were due. I always told myself that once my paycheck came in that I would go pay the credit card balance off, but I never did…. It was a vicious […]

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Parenting app has positive impact on children’s development

Today I was looking for crowded teeth in kids. Having crowded teeth in kids is not genetics. It is because of wrong eating habit or too much nursing i did nurse my kids 5,5 years. I don’t know what was the reason.
I spend 7, 8 hours researching one site and related some other reading still confuse. I was  reading like i am going to give exam. Reading reading all kind of information,books i talked with my dentist too.  I discuss with my husband and send few Email with tons of information, it is the better way to communicate with my husband. He is always in meetings. I guess using good Apps for child development is good. if we get good results.:)

According to the University of Oxford, Kathy Sylva, ‘Sending game ideas via an app offers a new and innovative way to support parents, reaching them directly in the home. The two evaluations of EasyPeasy provide promising evidence that this mode of delivery can really work.’

‘It is vital that parents engage with their child’s learning and development, but this can sometimes be difficult. It is very encouraging therefore to see the promising findings that EasyPeasy – an inexpensive and easily accessible app for parents and carers – is having a positive impact on both parents and children.’

Julian Grenier, a headteacher from Sheringham Nursery School, which used EasyPeasy as part of the trial, said: ‘EasyPeasy is a 21st century approach that builds on the longstanding traditions of nursery education and community work with families. We know that parent support at home makes the biggest difference of all and EasyPeasy helps us to share these messages with parents in an accessible way. Parents tell us that they like the app and they enjoy the activities with their children.’:)

 

http://www.ox.ac.uk/news/2018-05-16-new-parenting-app-has-positive-impact-children%E2%80%99s-development