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How Playing Cool Math Games Can Boost Your Child’s Learning

Playing cool math games online can have a multitude of benefits for your child’s learning. Besides improving memory and aptitude for learning, math games may also boost your child’s confidence in the subject and prepare them for more challenging learning experiences later in life, or else they may find it hard later on.Children that are naturally gifted at math are usually very confident when it is taught in their normal class curriculum. However, kids that are not naturally gifted at number crunching may benefit from assistance. It will eventually pay off, not only in class tests but also in other aspects of life where self-esteem and confidence are paramount.Regardless of your child’s level of study and skills in math, they can still benefit greatly from a host of cool math games online.Boost Self-Esteem through Math GamesChildren are usually intimidated by the environment at school, among other factors Continue reading

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Jim Kelly Dies

‘Enter the Dragon’ Actor Jim Kelly Dies at 67 Jim Kelly in 1974’s “Three the Hard Way.” June 30, 2013,The Hollywood Reporter StaffJim Kelly, a martial artist famous for his role in the 1973 Bruce Lee film Enter the Dragon, died on Saturday of cancer, his ex-wife Marilyn Dishman told the Associated Press.”Yesterday, June 29, 2013, James Milton Kelly, better known as Jim Kelly, the Karate expert, actor, my first husband and Sabrena Kelly-Lewis’s biological father died,” Dishman wrote in a Facebook note about his passing. “Sabrena needs all of your good thoughts and prayers. This is a difficult situation to process. Even I am having trouble processing it Continue reading

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Dragon Days

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Grounds Well.Biz | Building Teen Esteem – Be Your Teen's Kung Fu …

Each of us faces our own “Tai Lung.” No, a Tai Lung is not some weird Taiwanese delicacy that contestants are forced to eat on Fear Factor. In this case, “Tai Lungs” are your fears.As your teen’s Kung Fu Master, the ultimate goal is to prepare them to face and overcome their fears. This is what will ultimately build their self-esteem and their self-confidence.In the case of Kung Fu Panda, Tai Lung is a real bad Kung Fu dude. Continue reading

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Glee’s "Songbird"

There are a few songs that I always rely on when I need motivation writing. Most are sappy, depressing, probably concern my family members. The one I wanted to share today was originally recorded by Fleetwood Mac (whose song “Landslide” is also a favorite”). However, the version I play actually comes from the TV showGleesung by character Santana.The show has been running for quite some time, and I admire the vast span of music appreciation the show provides Continue reading

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How to Defend Yourself from a Grab

Defend yourself! There are a variety of reasons to take a martial arts class – but one of the most frequent is to learn the art of self-defense. Even with all of the self-discipline you learn, being able to defend yourself can build up a great deal of self-confidence that doesn’t come through reading about martial arts. Continue reading

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And things are going good.I got my car in for repairs because someone dinged the side, but he also gave me his number, and he sent me the money to fix it, even though he didn’t have to and could have just left and I would not have been the wiser. It’s small moments like that that help me keep faith in people just being good, decent people.My Womanthology book finally arrived! They could not send it to my box office just because of weird Postal Services from Britain to here, but I’m just glad that it finally arrived and I am really looking forward to reading it.I got over my minor bout of depression and it feels good to be home. Also, I’m struggling with the idea of how I feel versus how I look. Continue reading

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