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Educational toys, like STEM toys, promote the development of essential skills for kids. Here are the best expert-approved educational toys for kids.
My toddler and I read Slumberkins books together to navigate difficult topics like grief, family change, and conflict resolution — the companion...
Slumberkins books cover difficult topics like stress, family change, conflict resolution, grief, and loss. They also come with a cute stuffed animal.
Educational toys and activities are important when distance learning for elementary school. These are the best supplemental resources for K-5 learning.
7 free classes from Bill Gates’ favorite websites that you can sign up for right now to teach yourself to code
Looking to learn something new? Coursera shared with us a list of the most popular Coursera courses based on enrollment and completion rates.
I signed up for an Italki account to see why it’s a leading platform for online language learning — here’s how it works
Italki is an online language learning platform that uses a different strategy than apps that just use gamification to teach languages to its users.
Being a lifelong learner is the secret to success, according to an executive business coach. Here’s how to determine what kind of learner you ar...
Great leaders are open to learning in nontraditional ways and willing and able to unlearn things that no longer serve them.
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