Chocolate frogs, jelly beans, Hagrid's rock cakes, Harry's favourite treacle tart, butterbeer (vanilla cream soda with butterscotch flavouring) are sure to excite the little guests. You can also set up a class on potions!
Whether you have 10 minutes or an hour, you can listen, laugh and learn while you travel to work, work out or do chores around the house. The dawn of podcasts is indeed making life easier for parents who are looking to learn about the best ways of raising their children.
"...by the time those two kids are ready to start kindergarten, we know that the child living in poverty is likely to have cognitive scores that are, on average, 60 per cent lower than those of the other child. "
It was Louise Brown who became the world's first baby to be born via IVF, in 1978. So, how does IVF exactly work? In a Ted Talk, physician-novelist and activist writer Nassim Assefi and fertility doctor Brian Levine explain the science of making a baby in a laboratory.
"Of course teachers should be focused on the emotional well-being of their kids. But in reality, when you're in a classroom full of 30 students and one of them's throwing tables at you, it's far easier to exclude that child than to figure out what's going on inside of his head."
"The earlier the child knows the better...Why hide that the child is adopted? Are we protecting the child? What are you protecting the child from?" said parent and professor of psychology Tanu Shree Singh.
What is it like to raise a child who's different from you? Writer Andrew Solomon remarks, "A lot of the time the question of parenthood is, what do we validate in our children, and what do we cure in them?"