about 5 minutes past 6pm on a weekday and 28 minutes past 7pm on a weekend :-P
The best way to teach a child to read is to read to them and you can begin to do this as early as you would like. Reading aloud to your child will demonstrate the connection between oral and written language and will provide your child with a model of fluent reading.
by Shasta Matova 6 years ago
How is your weekend internet use different from your weekday internet use?I am trying to analyze internet trends and culture. It seems that web traffic varies significantly on the weekends from the regular weekdays traffic. How does the way you use the internet on the weekend differ...
by John Coviello 4 years ago
Not sure exactly why, but nowadays my weekend traffic to Hubs does better than weekday traffic. Has anyone else seen this? Perhaps people are sitting on beaches during the weekends looking for something to read?
by Greg Sage 7 years ago
Hey, guys.My own site's still got a lot of work before it goes live, but I'm trying to figure out a few things. I'm considering the idea of adding new content daily, but only on weekdays.So far, I only have my HP views as a guide, but I'm wondering how indicative they are of web traffic...
by Stephanie Hicks 7 years ago
What is the best way to teach a child to read?Whether you are homeschooling or helping your child get ahead in school, what is useful in teaching reading? Which approach is best - phonics or whole language?
by Simone Haruko Smith 8 years ago
If you can make it to this September's San Francisco HubCamp, would you rather it be on a weekday or a weekend? We're ready to set a date, but want to pick one that's most convenient for you
by rahima123 4 years ago
When is the best time to Market Online?
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