A recent report from the Pew Research Center indicated that roughly 43% of millennials read “a book—in any format—on a daily basis,” and that 88% of Americans under 30 said they read a book in the past year. There may be many reasons for this trend, but it is quite possible that this is the case because young people have discovered the numerous benefits that come from extensive reading.
Brain games have become a popular way for people young and old to stimulate their minds and even learn new skills. Here are a few reasons why we love brain games and why you should, too.
Struggling to complete homework is nothing new. Most likely, you have been there and may be struggling with it now. This is why you should know these important homework management tips that are going to help you get your homework done thoroughly and in time:
No? Don't be surprised. Turns out that most Americans, and indeed most of the world, sub-vocalize to some extent. That's natural, it's simply a hold over from when you were originally taught to read. The trouble is, after we learn to read, very few people rarely improve upon the basic reading skills we're as children.