Blog Posts in August, 2012

  • 4 Tips to Help Students develop a Better Body Image

    Students create their own ideas of themselves long before they reach their tweens. Clinical psychologist Lyndsay Elliot says children are creating a body image as young as 8 or 9. “We’re seeing a ...
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  • Eat your way to a better memory!

    You’ve had a long summer break free from early mornings and homework, but now you have to get back into the rhythm of things. We’ve looked at ways you can ease yourself back into your routine, but ...
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  • The Challenges of Being Gifted

    Having a gifted child is certainly a blessing, but most North American education systems do not have sufficient means to challenge and accommodate a gifted student. Large class sizes and limited ...
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  • How to prepare for the SAT and ACT tests

    The SAT and ACT tests are designed to gauge your college readiness. Getting into a good college can really give you the edge in your career, but preparing for the SAT or ACT can be a very intimidating ...
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  • Money saving back-to-school tips

    Back to school is an expensive time for parents as you buy new clothing and supplies for the coming academic year. It can be tough on the wallet, especially in these difficult economic times. There ...
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  • 6 Back to School tips for Parents of Elementary School Children

    Over the summer vacations, parents tend to give students more freedom, especially when it comes to routines. If your student is starting a new elementary school or just a new grade, there are ways for ...
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  • How to Become an Olympic Athlete

    The health benefits of sport make it a worthwhile pursuit for any student. You are healthier and fitter, exercise relieves stress and playing a post helps you to learn how to work well with others and ...
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