Where you start in life is not always where you end. Charles Darwin entered Edinburgh University as a young man wanting to be a Physician like his father, and soon dropped out of that calling as he had a fear at the mere sight of blood. He switched, studying to be a member of the clergy only to go on and change the world in his career as a naturalist. His book "On the Origin of the Species" would change science and how we see life forever.
This month the SmartKidzClub has among the new releases, an exciting biography: "Charles Darwin."
It is a fascinating read starting with his family, influences, world travels, and fame. SmartKidzClub.com brings this scientist alive in a way that excites young readers to learn more. As we hope they master reading so too can they now engage in Math on our platform. For all his fame, and understanding of how essential heightened senses are in evolution, Darwin did have one large academic regret in life. He did not master math.
He shared: "I have deeply regretted that I did not proceed far enough at least to understand something of the great leading principles of mathematics; for men thus endowed seem to have an extra sense." For Darwin, an extra sense means a lot. We share his importance on exploring not just reading but math as well. We have a new library offering early math with much more to come. Start your 14 day free trial today and get unlimited access to all the wonderful and exclusive collection of resources on Smart Kidz Club. We are Educational App Store certified with a Five-Star rating.
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