Blog Posts in December, 2014

  • Recognizing Video Gaming Addiction

    Most kids enjoy playing video and computer games and can be at it for hours or days at a time; especially when they have new games they want to master. For some, the camaraderie and communities that ...
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  • Best Gifts for Wonderful Teachers

    Festive gifts show your teacher a little love for all that they have done for your kids this year. Teachers often go above and beyond the call of duty to guide and educate your children and it makes ...
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  • How to Resolve Teacher-Student Disputes

    It’s that time of the year again when the teacher-parent conference rounds may have some of you on edge. If your student isn’t getting on with their educator, you may be tempted to discuss your ...
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  • Best Books for Elementary School: Kindergarten to Second Grade

    The festive season approaches and, as you plan gifts for your kids, be sure to include a number of books that they will enjoy. Instilling a love for reading is one of the best gifts you can give to ...
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  • Brilliant Study Tips to Cut Study Time and Improve Grades

    Knowing how your brain and memory work will help you to maximize your study time. Spend less time hitting the books for even better results. When you feed your brain properly, get enough rest and ...
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  • Charity Starts at Home

    As the season of excess approaches, balance out your holiday indulgences with charity work and volunteering. Teaching your children to be charitable is a great gift for them and for the community in ...
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