kids. Tuesday , July 25th , 2017 - 12:16:19 PM
If you're really "stuck", you can always borrow (but don't steal) ideas from other people's stories or get inspiration from folktales, parables, legend or myth. Just put your own ideas and names into the stories to personalize them. For example, you could take the Greek "Myth of Icarus" and update it for the 21st century. Instead of wings make from feathers and wax, Icarus has a solar-powered, artificial exoskeleton made from composite materials. With his hi-tech exoskeleton, he's actually able to land on the sun, but then he gets so hot that he plunges back to earth, drinks up half of Lake Ontario, and gets a terrible tummy ache.
It is up for debate whether it is okay to allow kids to play computer games in class that are not for learning purposes when there are free hours of the day such as at lunch or recess. Once kids are able to play online games during those times, that there is that chance it will try to sneak in gaming action during regular class sessions. This can cause a distraction for the entire class as well as for the teacher.
1. Parents should have the perspective that volunteer coaches are just that and that coaches should be appreciated for donating their valuable time to help kids. Reminding their kids of the same is the first step to having kids respect coaches.
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