Blog Posts in July, 2013

  • 6 Important Things to Tell Your Teacher

    With the start of the new school year, your students will be getting a new teacher and there are several bits of vital information you can convey that will make their lives easier and help them to ...
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  • Getting Ready for the First Grade

    Is your child ready for the first grade and, just as importantly, are you? Each child develops at their own pace, but educators agree that having certain social and academic skills make going to ...
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  • Five Best Board Games for Middle and High School Students

    Summer holidays can be long and when rainy days or long trips confine teens to the home, there are many games which can encourage them to spend some time with family members. This gives them a break ...
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  • Gardening for Students

    This summer, get your students to create their very own gardens. Gardening is a great learning opportunity and is also a very rewarding endeavor. For younger students, you can start with something as ...
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  • 4 Great Ways to Get Your Kids Outside This Summer

    Summer is here and with it comes the boredom. While summer camps may keep your students busy for a while, there are the inevitable complaints that there is nothing to do. If your students are spending ...
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  • Social Networks and Teens: A Parent's Guide

    Social networks like Facebook have become so much a part of our culture that our teens may find it hard to believe that there was a time before the internet. As in all spheres of social life, there’s ...
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  • Should my Student Skip a Grade?

    The previous generation would allow students who were excelling to skip a grade. The thinking behind it was that students who are way ahead of the curve, get bored in class and become listless. They ...
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  • Benefits of Summer Tutoring

    Summer is a great time to relax and enjoy the weather, but if your student is struggling or wants to get ahead of the curve, just a couple of hours of one-on-one tutoring can completely transform ...
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  • Summer Science Experiments for Elementary School Students

    This summer, you can have fun and learn new things with these great summer experiments. Easy to do, they require few ingredients and can be made by the students themselves. Remember that big parts of ...
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