Increase Literacy: 5 Reasons Why You Should Donate Your Books

Are you a certified book lover? For someone like you, letting go of your books can be a far-fetched idea. Your connection with your books is so sacred that no other person can fully understand it. So why would you even entertain donating them away? As an advocate of nurturing Child Education International, we believe … Continue reading

The 4 Ways That Volunteering Can Increase Your Happiness Tank

“The liberal soul shall be made fat: and he that waters shall be watered also himself.” (Hebrew Proverb) Volunteering is one aspect of generosity where money is not the gift but yourself and your time. Just like the quoted proverb, there are limitless rewards for a generous soul. When you learn to share your time … Continue reading

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5 Ways Literacy Can Help Change Lives for the Better

Can you imagine how life would be like if you don’t know how to read? If you’re curious about how it would be like, then picture this: When you wake up in the morning, you won’t be able to decipher the daily paper. You won’t be able to understand the signposts at the side of … Continue reading

6 Benefits You Earn from Having an Education

It’s true that having a degree won’t guarantee success. But it will make success more attainable. Education acts as a stepping stone. It will help you prepare and overcome the many trials and tribulations you will face in life. But that would be speaking too lightly about what education can do for you. Here, we … Continue reading

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The Factors That Affect a Child’s Learning Ability

When it comes to academic achievement or learning, there are various factors that contribute to a child’s success. If you want to know more on which factors you should focus on to help a child learn more about the world, then here are some things that you must know. Genetics Numerous scientific studies have shown … Continue reading

The Importance of Reading Books for Children

The Importance of Reading Books for Children Children in developed countries are fond of playing games on their gadgets. They learn new stuff through videos of animated characters on the screen. But for children in rural areas where there is no access to gadgets and the Internet, they tend to play more in their respective … Continue reading