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This Children's Book Will Teach the Big Bang Theory to Preschoolers

Posted in News on June 16, 2017

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Neng Thao's pitch is simple. He thinks that education should be broad. And in a global world, he believes that students should hear as many origins stories as possible. Because there's no early childhood narrative for the Big Bang theory, Neng wrote one himself. This is not your everyday children's book pitch. So, we asked Read More »

College Applications and Other Near Death Experiences

Posted in In Their Words on June 14, 2017

College application paperwork

Once upon a time (about 4 months ago) I was in a state of existential crisis. I seriously contemplated holing up in my parent’s basement and selling corny greeting cards for the rest of my life. I was at THAT level of stress. And what else could I be talking about, but college applications; the Read More »

The Benefits of Learning Music at an Early Age

Posted in Parenting on June 13, 2017

The benefits of learning music from an early age

As higher education becomes more competitive, many parents turn to extracurricular activities as one way to bulk up their child’s curriculum. Often, that includes music lessons for various instruments. Music isn’t just a resume builder! Besides the clear educational advantage music provides for your child, there are many other benefits that you should consider. Many Read More »

The Best Human Skeleton Model for Anatomy Classes

Posted in Reviews on June 13, 2017

A classroom model skeleton

Who needs a human skeletal model? If you are a healthcare professional or a medical student, you know the importance of a high-quality, detailed, and accurate human skeleton model. A life-size skeleton plays an important educational role; with it, you can educate your patients about their ailment or the proposed mode of treatment. As a Read More »

Studying the Moon

Posted in Homeschooling on June 9, 2017

the moon

When you look up at the sky at night either with your naked eye, a pair of binoculars, or a telescope, the most prominent thing you see is our very own Moon. It is nearest to us compared to the stars and planets, and on most nights it lights up the dark sky dramatically. The Read More »