Education

Magazines for kids have a glorious history. There are a few periodical publications that can help children shape their idea of the world as well as practice their imagination: Highlights, Odyssey Magazine, Muse, NatGeo for kids, Il Corriere dei Piccoli, Topolino… We’re huge fans of these magazines for children. We…

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Apparently they can. This is the story of Rhy, a 10 years old boy from a small city near Austin, Texas. Rhy uses a platform called Gamestar Mechanic to design his own videogames. Named one of the 2012 Best Educational Websites by the American Association of School Librarians, Gamestar Mechanic is…

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In 2010, British newspaper The Telegraph posted a startling statistic: British children were more likely to own a mobile phone than a book. A study conducted by the National Literacy Trust reported that more than 85% of students aged 7 to 16-years-old had a cell phone, while only 72% had…

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Children love to be involved in what is happening around them. They love to do “grown-ups stuff”, and they happen to suffer from the fact that grown-ups don’t take them seriously enough. They look so cute when they discuss grown-ups issues, that we laugh at their ideas (even if with…

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It’s that time of the year again, time to Doodle4Google! This year’s theme is “My best day ever…” and the competition is as exciting as usual. The winning Doodle featuring Google’s logo, will be shown in Google’s homepage and the winner will get a $30,000 college scholarship, while his/her school…

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