Albert Einstein quote for children and reading: "“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” Maybe adults should be read fairy tales as well.
What can we do to help our children develop emotional intelligence? Elizabeth O'Shea looks at 14 tips for parents to help children understand their own feelings and the feelings of others so they can get along with other people
14 tips for Helping Children Strengthen Emotional Intelligence. Easy stuff, but it can go a long way in terms of setting kids up to manage emotions as an adult. This is a really fab list and children are never too young to begin helping kiddos learn.
in backyard under oak tree.DIY easy maintenance for shady backyard - level desired lawn area. Place square pavers in checkerboard design. Fill in alternate squares with moss or low-growing mondo grass.
What a lovely, cosy idea. Not strictly for children: this space is designed (as the person who lives here describes) for 'curling up reading or playing or sleeping'. But it's a space that immediately brings children to mind (via DesignSponge)