Cars with manual transmissions comprise only about four percent of all vehicles sold in the United States, so it is becoming rarer to find American drivers who know how to drive vehicles equipped with them. Even more so, fewer drivers understand how to operate a manual transmission in such a way to protect its components from premature wear and damage, especially those who only have their driving permits. Below are four things that all drivers of cars with manual transmissions should do routinely.
When you decide to go to school to study business information, you may have to decide between a two-year degree in business information and a more in-depth degree in a specialty area such as computer information system. The following questions will help you make a more informed decision about which degree to pursue.
How Much Time Can You Dedicate to Your Degree?
If you do not currently have many adult responsibilities such as a mortgage, children, a spouse, and debt, then you may be free to dedicate four years to earning a degree.
If one of your loved ones never learned to read as a child, they're not alone. Approximately 44 million adults aren't able to read a bedtime story to their children. While this statistic is sad by itself, other statistics are even more depressing. 43% of adults with the lowest literacy skills live in poverty, and 72% of their children are likely to suffer from low literacy as well.
Fortunately, the good news is that it's never too late to improve literacy skills.
Recent preschool trends have focused primarily on academic performance, with many parents as well as teachers believing that play is a superfluous activity that should take a back seat to academics. However, play is actually an integral component of childhood development. Following are five reasons why play should be a regular part of your child's preschool experience.
1. Play Helps Children Learn Problem-Solving Skills
Interaction with other children in supervised play settings helps them develop important negotiation and problem-solving skills.
If your child has difficulty sharing his belongings items with other kids, do not feel too bad. Many little kids struggle to share their items with others. However, if you plan on enrolling your little one in preschool soon, it is a good idea to help him become more generous. Here are five helpful tips for teaching your child to share:
Set a Good Example
Whether you like it or not, your child likely emulates things you do.