Learning

Timeless wisdom from Dr. Seuss

“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” ~ ― Dr. Seuss, Happy Birthday to You!

Friday, March 2nd, marks a very important day. It's the day one of the world's most acclaimed children's book authors, Theodor Seuss Geisel, was born. At Kids College, Dr. Seuss' birthday does not go unnoticed!

Gardening with your kids

Kids of all ages love to get their hands dirty. Why not turn that into a fun and rewarding opportunity to teach them about science and the environment, responsibility and patience?

Say "Yes" to Chess

“Chess players dwell high aloft in the bright realms of imagination and poetry.” — Weiss

Chess is more than a game. It is a legitimate academic subject for students of all ages. A common myth is that chess is difficult to learn. Chess is easy to learn, but takes a lifetime to master. My son learned the moves at age four. On the other hand, Dr. Savielly Tartakower, a world top ten player in 1924, said that he needed to change his concepts of chess strategy after compeating in the highest level tournaments for over 50 years! The six different pieces have their distinctive moves and roles on the checkered battlefield. This game is a structured struggle, involving choice analysis and creative thinking. My students have described it as “fun”, “cool”, “interesting”, “chess rocks” and “I’m so sad it has ended!