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dlisted.comOpen Post: Hosted By A Cop Not Noticing The Giant Spider Behind Him"LOOK OUT, THERE'S A HUGE EFFING SPIDER BEHIND YOU, OFFICER CLUELESS!" is what you think the person in the car would have yelled to the cop. Or a passerby. Or some kid on a bike. But no, everyone let the poor cop remain unaware of the giant arachnid creeping around behind him. People are the worst.
mudabure.comKourtney Kardashian receives apology from Scott Disick after introducing Sofia Richie to their childrenScott Disick (left) got into a tense standoff with his ex Kourtney Kardashian (center) about his current girlfriend, model Sofia Richie. (Getty) There was a tense exchange between exes Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian on Sunday’s 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians.' A furious Kourtney was beside herself when she learned that Scott had introduced their kids to his 20-year-old girlfriend, Sofia Richie, without telling her first. Scott explained his side of the story to Kourtney's mother, Kris Jenner, during the episode. “We all agreed to wait until after the New Year, so last night the kids were there and of1
thedrum.comPower play: how Fortnite, Dota and League of Legends became marketing phenomenaVery few of us had heard of Fortnite a year ago. Now it boasts an obsessive fanbase of hundreds of millions of school kids, teens and adults. eSports, meanwhile, is increasingly a cultural phenomenon, with 20 million people entering the 2018 Fifa eWorld Cup. We look at how gaming went mainstream.
mudabure.comBack-to-school germs 101: What you need to knowSchools are breeding grounds for germs and infections, which means back-to-school time often comes with a whole slew of colds and illnesses. Fox News’ Dr. Manny Alvarez sat down with New York City pediatrician Dr. Dyan Hes to break down the most common illnesses that happen at school and how you can try to prevent them. “They’re not more susceptible if they’ve been in school already,” Dr. Hes told Fox News, “But for little kids who were raised at home and then go to daycare or school for the first time, they haven’t been as exposed to all those germs4
mudabure.com20 things we love in honor of the 20th anniversary of 'Harry Potter'We know the 'official' 20th anniversary of the first publication of 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone' happened in June of 2017, but Sept. 1 marks 20 years since the day that the beloved series made landfall in the United States. Since then, kids and adults alike devoured every bit of the wizarding world — books, movies, theme parks, plays and more — with unwavering dedication. Whether you were in on the magic from day one or remained in the dark until later on, the power of Potter is timeless. In celebration of the milestone, we've rounded up everything you1
perezhilton.comWill Prince Harry & Meghan Markle's Baby Be An American Citizen?!Soon, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will have an interesting choice to make!!! While the pair will have to make a wide variety of important decisions for their baby in the coming months and years, one in particular looms large right now considering Meghan’s background: will the kid be British, or American, or …
mudabure.comKeith Urban admits it's 'a bit rough' explaining Nicole Kidman breakup rumors to their childrenKeith Urban is used to rumors about his relationship with Nicole Kidman, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have lasting effects. The 50-year-old country singer admitted that it's been tough explaining the tabloid reports to the couple's daughters, Sunday, 10, and Faith, 7. 'When you have kids it changes it because that’s really hurtful to kids,” Urban said while on The Kyle and Jackie O radio show on Monday. 'They don’t quite understand, and they go, ‘Why are they saying that?’ and you go, ‘Because it sells. It sells magazines. It’s the only reason they’re doing it.’ That part of it is4
sfgate.comThis 10-year-old Bay Area girl is already a CEO being recruited by Google10-year-old Samaira Mehta has become a kid-coder-to-watch in Silicon Valley. When she was just eight, she built a game called CoderBunnyz to help teach other kids how to code. The game earned her national recognition and she began holding workshops for kids, many of them at Google. Google was so impressed, it booked her as a keynote speaker for a local event, and told her she should consider working for them when she grows up. Samaira Mehta is a 10-year-old girl growing up in Silicon Valley who has quietly attracted an almost cult-like following because of her work as a programmer.
apnews.comBrooks Koepka has golf's top ranking with win in South KoreaJEJU ISLAND, South Korea (AP) — Brooks Koepka is golf's new No. 1 after winning the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges on Sunday by four strokes. Koepka, who displaced Dustin Johnson for the world's top ranking, shot a final-round 8-under 64 for a 21-under total of 267. Koepka, who had never held the top ranking, led by four strokes after three rounds. "To be No. 1 is something I've dreamed of as a kid," Koepka said. "I don't think this one is going to sink in." Gary Woodland certainly made it interesting. Woodland started the day five strokes behind Koepka, who was only 1-under after nine, but Woodland pulled level after making six birdies in seven holes on the front nine.
thetechedvocate.orgHow teachers can use edtech to boost engagementSpread the loveThe kids showing up to Kindergarten classes are much more tech-savvy than their predecessors five years ago. These digital natives are only a little older than the iPhone and they are used to a world where they are surrounded by technology, and where technology has evolved as they’ve grown. Northwestern University reports that among children 8 years of age and younger, 21 percent use smartphones regularly for activities that range from texting to using educational apps. Common Sense Media found that 72 percent of children age 8 and younger have used a media device for watching a show, playing a …1
theedadvocate.org8 Must-Have Emotional Intelligence Apps and Tools - The EdvocateSpread the loveEmotional intelligence is just as important as any other type of intelligence. For kids and teenagers especially, learning to recognize and deal with their feelings is an important skill. Luckily, there are plenty of apps and tools available to help teach students about emotional intelligence. Here are 8 must-have emotional intelligence apps and tools. Smiling Mind This app helps students learn to meditate. Smiling Mind contains guided meditations that increase in length as students practice more. Before and after each session, users track their emotions. There are also offline activities that can be used in or out of …