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Imagine being in the 90s. Your friend, one of the many with the Rachel Haircut, comes over to your house. After a lengthy discussion on the Clinton Administration, Beanie Babies, and Nirvana, she mentions that the local library is now delivering. You look at her, confused, quite confused, and ask,
If you read a lot on your iPhone or iPad at night, you might want to start using iOS’s very useful, built-in “Night Shift” mode. Night Shift reduces the amount of harmful blue light that your device emits by instead displaying warmer, red colors. This makes reading at night much
If you read a lot of articles, magazines, and books on your Windows computer, and find yourself reading them a lot at night, it might be a good idea to turn on Night Light. Night Light is a great feature on Windows 10 that reduces blue light, which has been
Video games are often thought to be the antithesis to learning and education, but new research shows that isn’t necessarily true. While some video games serve little purpose for anything other than killing time, others may help promote creativity, and build reading, problem-solving, and visual-spatial skills. Some video games, like
Myth #1 – I Have To Buy a New Device To Read eBooks While there are some devices specifically made for reading eBooks, like Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Oasis, and Barnes & Nobles’ Nook – you don’t need one of these specialized devices to enjoy an eBook. Companies like
When you think about the word “Flow” – what comes to your mind? The phrase “go with the flow”, or maybe a flowing body of water? Flow, as it turns out, is a term found in psychology, coined by psychologist Mihaly Csikzsentmihayli. And it’s very similar to “going with the
Quotes are great. Jam-packed with truth and wisdom, and easy to read, they are impactful snippets of knowledge that can be especially empowering for kids. Below are eight powerful quotes that we believe can have a strong impact on children who find education pointless. 1. “Intelligence plus character-that is the
1. Your Kids Will Read More Kids are used to phones and tablets these days. By having a device of a familiar form-factor, your kids will be more likely to read more if they have a Kindle e-Reader, rather than a typical book that they may just leave on a
Hungry readers will have an absolute feast with the buffet of books that is Kindle Unlimited! Home to more than a whopping 1 million books, Kindle Unlimited is a no brainer for getting kids to read more, whether they’re advanced or beginner readers. If that reason alone didn’t sway you,
There’s so many affordable tablets for kids on the market right now! You have Samsung with their newest 10 inch Galaxy Tab A starting at $229.99 (frequently discounted on Amazon for $179.99). Then there’s Apple with their latest 10 inch iPad starting at $329.99 (frequently discounted on Amazon for $279.00)