Ensure Your Child's Success in Math - 10 Great Ways! by Susan Jarema
... Explore challenging mazes, the bridges of Konigsberg, Napiers Bones, magic number tricks, the tower of Hanoi, tangrams, pentominoes, palindromes, nim games and recently popular Sudoku puzzles. 8. Teach thinking skills by letting your child make mathematical discoveries on their own. Ask them open-ended questions instead of teaching facts. Encourage him/her to ask questions as well. Ask: “Why do you think it does that? How did you solve the problem?
Could Your Area Support Another Local Newspaper? by Jim Sutton
... Government (population, business info, etc.): Free Demographics PDF file download:You can find more sources by doing a Google search, typing in the word “demographic” and the name of your city, county or state. When looking over demographic information, note the numbers of youth, elderly, working-age adults, birth rates (new or expanding families), households, businesses (and what kinds), and other features of the area that influence the local interests and needs of potential readers.
Increasing Brain Power by Tim Bryce
... In other words, most travelers today are operating at a Level 2. If Wilson is correct, and I believe he is, the manager should take notice of this adverse effect of technology and discourage the use of such devices, particularly at break time, and encourage more interpersonal contact instead. Technology has its place, but I tend to believe we rely too heavily on it. For example, using an automated calculator allows our brain to relax while the machine performs the math.
Give A Gift Basket by Charles Kassotis
... Tuck in a romance novel or titillating biography, a commercial video that will make her laugh (since laughter promotes the healing process), a word puzzle book, hair jewelry, scented hand cream, and a small box of gourmet chocolates. When the word gets out that you like to give these meaningful presents, people will line up to get on your good side. So put in your first order today and see how it turns out.
Death Calculator-How Long will You Live? by Barbara Kimmel
... Do you engage in daily mental exercises such as puzzles, games, learning or problem-solving? Yes = plus 4. No = 0. FACT: Individuals that continually challenge their minds suffer fewer cognitive disorders. 10. Do you engage in some form of daily aerobic exercise such as swimming, jogging or biking? Yes = plus 2. No = 0. FACT: Exercising at one’s target heart rate strengthens the heart and boosts metabolism. 11. Do you eat a balanced diet, including fresh fruit, vegetables, and whole grains?
Math Help Has Never Been This Entertaining by Katie Robbins
... However, the puzzle takes it one step further in that you not only have to follow the rules, but plan ahead. Planning ahead and using logic is an example of higher level thinking. These critical thinking skills will help you in math, science, and business. These are just two of hundreds of math websites to help get you started. Playing a math game is a learning experience. Math games supply the extra help needed for basic skills and extra challenge that will help you to improve your math ...