Monthly Archives: March 2011

Preschool Children Learn Through Play and Song

Children love to learn. This is a biological truth, and while it might come as a surprise to many adults, the first few years of a human's life are spent learning and exploring. The reason this might surprise a few parents is due to the nature of their lessons. They learn from their parents' behaviors more than through their instructions, so it seems as though they're frequently not paying attention or following. However, children learn through play, especially young children, babies...

Sizes, Shapes and Popularity of Private Safes

It's hard to imagine the variety of safe models and designs that are available today for both private and professional or corporate use. In addition it's hard to image the size of some of them in both extremes. They can be big enough to walk into and small enough to hold in your hand, though you might not want to for very long. One of the reasons that safes have become so diverse in their design is the overwhelming popularity...

American History Represented in State Flags

The national flag of the United States is one of the most powerful and prideful symbols of the country. And regardless of which state or territory you might come from or live in, there is a certain patriotic and community feeling associated with our great flag. However, each state also has among its points of pride an individual flag that represents a particular aspect of that state, whether it is historically, socially or even geographically based. There are also a...