Blog Posts in September, 2014

  • Childhood Development through Family Game Time

    Board games with your kids may not be the most scintillating thing you can do on a weekend night, but it does help to reinforce what they learn at school, improve communication skills, form family ...
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  • Getting Organized!

    Organizational skills do not come naturally; they are a learned ability that can help your students in their academic and personal lives. With large class sizes and demanding curricula, most teachers ...
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  • How to Make Tutoring Work for You

    With increasingly large class sizes and competition to get into the best schools, most students need a little help at some point in their academic careers. If your child is struggling to keep up or is ...
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  • Quick, Easy and Healthy School Lunch Ideas

    Quick, Easy and Healthy School Lunch Ideas Thinking of what to make for school lunches can be tough when you are a busy parent. That’s where we come in! Here are some great ways to create easy, ...
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  • Does your Child have ADHD?

    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD is a child’s inability to stay focused on the task at hand or to concentrate for more than a couple of minutes. This is more than just a daydreamer or ...
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  • What to do When Your Child Hates Schoo

    Is your child refusing to go to school? Are they are so reticent to start the day that getting them to school on time is a constant struggle? When your child is not enjoying school, it can make things ...
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  • What to do when your Child doesn't like their Teacher

    It’s inevitable that during the course of your child’s academic career, they will encounter educators that they don’t get along with. Whether the conflict arises from a misunderstanding or a ...
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  • Study Suggests Later Start for High Schools Will Help Sleep Deprivation

    A recent study by the American Academy of Pediatrics found that teenagers really do need more sleep. The AAP has even gone so far as to recommend that schools adopt later starting times for classes to ...
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  • How to Pick the Right School Backpack

    Carrying a backpack over the course of a school career shapes your growing child’s back and determines their posture. Picking a backpack that gives them the support they need will ensure healthy ...
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