4th Grade Writing Prompts

4th grade writing prompts for teachers, kids, parents Whether you’re looking for a new way to keep your 4th grade kids occupied on a rainy day, or hoping to help your class branch out in their writing, journaling can be a wonderful tool to inspire and motivate kids to express their thoughts. Journaling has many […]

Inspirational Story of Sylvester Stallone

Inspirational Story of Sylvester Stallone

This is one of the motivational and inspirational stories ever told in Hollywood. His name is Sylvester Stallone. One of the BIGGEST and Most famous American Movie superstars. Back in the day, Stallone was a struggling actor in every definition.  At some point, he got so broke that he stole his wife’s jewelry and sold it. Things got […]

Teaching Ideas Maths

We love this idea we found on Pinterest! Your kids will learn to make sums to 10 by simply folding the fingers down & counting. Would you try this activity? For more creative and innovative teaching ideas for your classrooms or kids at home you can connect with our experts to help you out. Book Your […]

3rd Grade Writing Prompts

Third grade is an important year. These free creative writing prompts make an effort to reflect some of the changes that are occurring at this time. You begin to develop stronger likes, dislikes, and opinions in general. Your discussions with friends and family become more advanced. This is also a big point at which you decide if […]

How To Expand Your Vocabulary

Do you feel you do not know enough words in English? Do you feel conscious about the fact that even though your English is grammatically correct, you can not converse properly and fall short of words when expressing yourself? There are many occasions when you talk to your friends and cannot find the exact word […]

2nd Grade Writing Prompts

  Children, by nature are creative and imaginative, but we need to stimulate this imagination and encourage it to develop. A great benefit to creative writing is that if the ideas are naturally fast flowing, the child can concentrate on other techniques that take more effort, such as choosing appropriate words to include alliteration, assonance, […]

Effective Communication in the workplace

Communication is something we do reflexively — like breathing. We talk to our spouses, kids and friends without giving much thought to how we’re doing it. It might seem easy, but communicating effectively actually takes quite a bit of finesse. Choosing the right words, listening with our minds instead of just our ears, and getting […]