for Parents (some available in Hard Copies)
Mind at a Time: America's Top Learning Expert Shows how every child can
to raise a Brighter Child?
to connect: How computers affect our children's Minds...For better or for
Educated Child: A Parent's Guide from Pre-School Through Eighth Grade.
New discussion board for recorder players who enjoy playing contemporary music as opposed to traditional, "classical" pieces.
Blockflöte.de - die Community für Spieler und Freunde der Blockfloete
to our site and thank you for visiting. We have prepared some links that
you might find useful wherever you are in the world. More will be added
on as time goes by. It's our way of saying "We
Earth Calendar This calendar shows all the Holidays and dates of notes
of different regions around the world!
with bright kids
If you have kids
(kindergarten thro' undergraduate) or know of kids who are of high ability,
Program for Gifted Youth(EPGY) at Stanford University have a variety
of courses suitable for them. These are enrichment courses. EPGY courses
use a combination of CD ROM and Internet Technologies to provide students
with multi-faceted, highly individualized, learning environment. To qualify
for EPGY, students must provide evidence of their intellectual ability.
Visit their web site for more information if you're interested.
Do you enjoy poetry? If you do, you may like to read some
poems by Steven
Robert Heine, a leading American Poet.
a lot of great stuff on the Internet, but your guidance and involvement
are essential to help steer children towards the best sites and away from
potential trouble. To ensure a safe surfing on the internet, go over the
points below with your children.
tips for Parents
and proper guidance is the best way to protect our young ones when they
go online. Barring them from using the internet totally is not the solution.
net together. Take the time to see what your children are doing online
and what their interests are.
your children never to give out their personal information to people they
meet online especially in public places like chat rooms and bulletin boards.
your child never to plan a face-to-face meeting alone with online acquaintances.
child not to respond when they receive offensive or dangerous email, chat,
or other communications.
clear ground rules for Internet use for your kids. Decide whether or not
to use parental control tools or protective software.
your computer in the family room or another open area of your home. Or
use the computer together at a library, school, or community center.
of communication open between you and your child so that he/she will feel
at ease to approach you when in doubt.