A sign inside the front door of Miami Velvet, a night club of sorts in a warehouse-style building a few minutes from the airport, states, “If sexual activity offends you in any way, do not enter the premises.” At first glance, though, the scene inside looks like a nineteen-eighties disco, with a bar, Madonna at high volume, flashing lights, a stripper’s pole, and a dancer’s cage.
using a credit card comes from recent consumer psychology research studying the links between payment method and shopper behavior.
He also enjoys our own learning activities- we regularly do "homework", where he learns to read and write four to five-letter words, as well as math games, memory games, etc. At first, it was neat to make an avatar that looked like him, and watch it move along the learning path, but it was way too easy. ABCmouse apparently believes that math games for preschoolers should be counting to 10 and number identification. Later I noticed that there are quite a few "art" lessons, which was just frustrating. The pointer had terrible delay for all coloring sessions and my son and I found it both boring and aggrevating.
More than most, I appreciate the arts (my degree is in art, for crying outloud! Maybe it's for some kids, but I don't see how coloring in line art could possibly teach anything to anyone. Why not put in an at-home craft activity, or have them look at actual art by real artists?
After completing the "art activity", it wouldn't allow us to move forward unless we saved the darn thing.
I customized the activities to exlude all coloring, but still, it just seemed so slow and boring.