Learn to read with a dog

learn to read with a french bulldog

A dog doesn’t judge you, doesn’t correct you. He just listens to you. To help young children develop their reading skills, it can become a valuable ally.

For four years, the students of the Montessori school in the Outaouais have had the privilege of reading to Maki, a bouledogue francais, approved by the READ program, who regularly visits them with his teacher, Johanne Demers.

Writing Innovations & the Importance of Writing

Writing Innovations

Creating is a wonderful thing. Pupils in elementary schools learn how to compose when they are young. First they learn the alphabet, before they could place each of those single letters into full words. Then, after knowing how the words, the young minds incorporate those words into full sentences. After incorporating words into complete sentences, … Read more

Reduce the Impact of Books Packaging & Shopping Bags

Books Packaging & Shopping Bags Impact

Nowadays everybody have become conscious about the disposable plastic bags of books in my case of shopping behavior, why they are harmful and what has been done in areas around the world to get rid of them. Now it is time to take a look at what can be done individually to reduce the impact … Read more

Unsustainable Consumption of Paper Cups

paper cup

Millions of people around the world enjoy the simple pleasure of getting a coffee. Maybe a latte, cappuccino, or tea is more to your taste. Whether it’s an occasional treat or multiple times a day, visiting a local cafe or Starbucks, we beat a path to grab some quick and tasty caffeine. But stop. Before … Read more

The First Ever E-Book Reader

Now days is a a usual thing to find an eBook reader or not even need one with modern smartphones but back in 2004 it was a first when Sony LIBRIe (The first ever E-Ink e-Book Reader) a Philips, Sony and E-Ink have come together to announce the Worlds first consumer application of an electronic … Read more