Blog Posts in October, 2012

  • Telling Teacher: 7 Important Things to let your Educators Know

    Your student’s teacher is a trained professional. They are the best possible people to recognize learning styles, social issues, learning difficulties, special talents and a wealth of other aspects ...
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  • Dealing with Bullying

    Whether your student is a bully or is the victim of bullying, you need to talk to your students to make sure that they understand why the culture of bullying is destructive and how to deal with ...
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  • The importance of family dinner

    Experts agree that the family dinner is pivotal in the creation of a cohesive family unit. Eating a meal together is a great way to solidify relationships and share the events of the day. Of course ...
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  • Make your own Halloween Haunted House for under $30

    Create an amazing attraction for your students and their friends this Halloween. You can turn your home into a spine-tingling haunted house for under $30 by using recycled goods. This is also a great ...
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  • Healthy Halloween Treats

    It’s almost time for ghosts and ghouls to roam the streets in your neighborhood. What this means for some parents is days of having students on a candy-fuelled bender. Of course you want your kids to ...
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  • Improving parent-student communication

    Do you find your student stoic at times and reticent to talk about their school day? Even though it may be tough to talk to your student, keeping the lines of communication open is vital to ...
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  • Amazing Halloween Costumes for Under $10

    The best Halloween costumes are those that require some thought and effort. Home-made costumes show imagination, creativity and pizzazz. Here are some really great Halloween costumes that utilize ...
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  • Movement Learning: Work Smarter, not Harder

    As parents, you are aware of the importance of getting your students moving. Active students experience less stress, are healthier and are well adjusted. Playing on a team or getting out with fellow ...
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