Have you ever planned September activities for your kids this way?

School is a place where students gain an education, but the traditional 180-day school calendar does not provide enough opportunities to the whole campus, however modified School Planners do in fact give those opportunities. Its improve students’ education with their learning experience which also improves the academic performance of students.

Can you explain the ozone layer with the help of an umbrella?

Have you ever gotten sunburned? Playing outside in the sun for too long without sunscreen can turn your skin red and make it painful to touch. Sunscreen is a protective coating that you put on your skin to block the sun's harmful rays. Did you know that the earth wears sunscreen? Earth's sunscreen is called the ozone layer.

Let's travel to the ozone layer to see it up close. Up, up we go. We had to fly many miles into the sky, but we finally reached the ozone layer. What? You don't see anything? Well, that's because the ozone layer is an invisible layer of protective gases that circle the earth.

The ozone layer sits between the Sun and us. Without the Sun's warmth, it would be too cold to live on Earth, but the Sun also gives off harmful ultraviolet rays, or UV rays for short. These rays are what cause sunburn. They can also hurt your eyes, cause skin cancer, and make it hard for plants to grow.

Luckily, the ozone layer stops most of the harmful UV rays from hitting Earth, while letting the warm sunshine pass through.

What is Alzheimer? What are its causes, effects and medications?

When a family member has Alzheimer’s disease, it affects everyone in the family, including children and grandchildren. 

  • Answer their questions simply and honestly. For example, you might tell a young child, “Grandma has an illness that makes it hard for her to remember things.”
  • Help them know that their feelings of sadness and anger are normal.
  • Comfort them. Tell them no one caused the disease. Young children may think they did something to hurt their grandparent.
  • Talk with kids about their concerns and feelings.
  • Help your child understand what is happening and learn how to cope.

What do you think?