"If 90% of US families could comply with medical recommendations to breastfeed exclusively for 6 months, the United States would save THIRTEEN BILLION DOLLARS per year and prevent an excess 911 deaths, nearly all of which would be in infants."
Woman reading love letter. Post card. Frederick Earl Christy (American, 1883-1961). “MY LOVE IS LIKE A RED, RED ROSE.” Christy had his first College Girl postcard published in 1905 with the financial help of his father before he graduated from the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts. While most of his subjects were women, he is best known for his early work that revolved around Ivy League college themes. His postcards would be produced by a variety of publishers.
A Common Mistake you might notice that when I pointed to the word can, she sounded out the word cat. This is a very common mistake that early readers make. They work hard on the first few sounds and then they guess on the last sound. Most children do this and they do it often when learning how to read. Patience and redirecting a child to focus on the last letter can really help with this very common issue.
Frank Stella- Born: 12 May 1936; Malden, Massachusetts, United States Field: painting, printmaking, sculpture, architecture Frank Stella is an Italian American painter and printmaker, significant in the art movement called ”post-painterly abstraction”. His early works anticipates many elements of minimalism, which is why he is also considered by some a minimalist, although most of his later artworks are not strictly minimalist.
In many pre-school environments, children are expected to learn a new concept by listening to a teacher. Maria Montessori found that children learn best by “doing” or interacting with materials in the classroom environment. Current early childhood specialists have also discovered this is true.
A response to Mrs. Hall: Teaching our boys respect and self-control. A response to a viral blog post that "places the responsibility for her teenage boys’ sexual desires on teenage girls, rather than on the boys themselves."