an education blog carnival – April 17, 2012

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Welcome to the April 17, 2012 edition of an education carnival.

Maryanne Williams presents 10 Reasons Kids Should Be Online at an Early Age posted at Share a Nanny, saying, “Much has been made of the potentially hazardous landscape for children that is the internet, and rightly so. Parents do need to be concerned about how their children make use of this valuable tool, and a valuable tool it surely is.”

Nancy Parker presents 10 Ways to Reward Kids for Good Grades posted at eNannySource, saying, “Academic achievement is always worthy of a reward, and kids should know their efforts are appreciated. If you’re looking for some way to acknowledge your young scholar for a job well done, we’ve got some suggestions for you. Here are 10 ways to reward kids for good grades.”

Tina Marconi presents 10 Reasons Kids Can’t Resist Claw Machines | Babysitters posted at Babysitters, saying, “These great big phone booth-sized cases, stuffed to the gills with soft toys, beckon from across the room whenever kids see them. And they see them everywhere – arcades, restaurants, lobbies and malls.”

Liz E presents Homeschooling: Endless Joy for Mom posted at Homeschooling in Buffalo, saying, “Liz E describes the great joy that comes from homeschooling.”

smrutims presents Square of a number – Part 1 posted at Maths Study blog, saying, “Blog contains articles to teach students concepts of vedic maths,maths. There are articles based on personality developement.”

Sudheer presents Inspiration Bonanza: Having Fun in Learning Skills posted at Inspiration Bonanza, saying, “This articles discusses ways to make learning a fun and satisfying experience”

Carol Watson presents 10 Educational TV Channels Kids Love posted at National Nannies, saying, “Parents can form a lot of concern about their kids watching too much television, and justifiably so when you see some of the shows that have made it on TV, but not all television shows are created equal. There are some good educational channels available for them to watch instead of the usual mindless cartoons.”

Laura Edgar presents NerdWallet Launches a Financial Literacy Orientation posted at NerdWallet Blog – Credit Card Watch, saying, “”In celebration of April as National Financial Literacy Month, NerdWallet is releasing their Financial Literacy Orientation. This program helps students, young adults, and anyone interested in improving their financial literacy build the necessary skills to effectively manage their money.””

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