1) Discuss the following ideas with your child: a) What does the word “direction” mean? When is “direction” important? What is the difference between a dandelion seed and a homing pigeon? Do you think that some people have more “direction” … Continue reading
1) Starting NOW, do your own version of the experiment described above. Write down on a piece of paper: “My child is exceptionally bright. I believe this wholeheartedly.” Keep this piece of paper somewhere safe, and read it every day … Continue reading
Q: What has four wheels and flies A: A garbage truck Q: What has no beginning, no end, and nothing in the middle? A: A doughnut! Q: Why do you always find things in the last place you look? A: … Continue reading
Father: How do you like going to school?
Son: The going bit is fine, as is the coming home bit too,but I’m not too keen on the time in-between! Q:
What do you call a ghost’s mother and father? A:Transparents! Q: … Continue reading
I am sure you have all heard of Pavlov. He was the Russian scientist who got his dog to start to salivate just by ringing a bell. Of course there was a bit more he had to do to get … Continue reading