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Kids Around the World

Eliza Clark - Escapes, Real and Imagined » The Whole Wide World

If you want to get your children interested in something, the best way is to show them that other kids are involved. This rule holds for almost everything, even geography! Think about it this way: if you were to take your kids on a trip to visit a new co...
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The World Is a Big Beautiful Place

Eliza Clark - Escapes, Real and Imagined » The Whole Wide World

Before they can even walk or talk, some babies have crisscrossed the globe. Other children may never set foot on an airplane until many, many birthdays have passed. But no matter the number of stamps on their passports, there is a lot we can tea...
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And They Slept Happily Ever After: Using Art to Tame Nightmares

Amy Rees - Learning » Art

Your pediatrician may well have warned you that your eighteen-month-old might start showing signs of some pretty vivid dreams. She may not have mentioned, however, that those dreams might swell into full-fledged nightmares over the next few years. Furth...
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Storytelling Poets

Eliza Clark - The Delights of Reading » Poetry for Young Listeners

Children are born with a thirst for stories. An unquenchable thirst, it often seems. "Tell us a story, tell us a story" is the most common of refrains any parent will hear. Kids love all kinds of stories in all different forms: books, movies, made-up tale...
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