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Hopefully your kids are getting a great education in science, technology, engineering and maths at school, but chances are those classes aren’t enough to instil a lifelong interest in these fields for most kids. As parents, however, there are a lot of easy ways we foster a greater love of learning and exploration in STEM subjects in our children.
Failure seems to be having a moment, and that’s great. Embracing failure means you grow and progress, and that’s a good thing. However, in your zest to fail, don’t forget to actually learn from those failures.
Android/iOS: Learning to read, write, and speak languages with their own character sets can be challenging to those of us used to Roman lettering, but Word Fireworks turns it into a game that’s not just easy to get into, but compelling enough to stick with.