kids. Thursday , May 11th , 2017 - 14:55:59 PM
Auditory children like to hear appreciation so verbal praise and the warm tone in your voice and the words you use mean a lot to them.
Suppose we have a drop of water. If we look at it very closely, well see a drop of water, nice and smooth. If you grab your microscope and magnify it roughly 2,000 times (the drop is now 40 feet across, the size of a large classroom) and look very closely, well still see relatively smooth water, but there are wiggly things floating around (paramecia). We could stop here and study these interesting little critters, but then, wed side-track ourselves into biology. So lets focus more on the water.
For teachers, it is a challenge because they are not able to always keep an eye on what websites the kids are accessing when they go online. Depending on what search terms the students are using to search for unblocked games at school, they are likely to run into a website or two that contains mature adult content. This may mean they see images of blood or violence that is not appropriate for their age level.
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