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  • Top Six Books for Elementary School Children
    Top Six Books for Elementary School Children

    Add books to your Christmas shopping list and get your kids reading during the holidays. Picking books that your children will find enjoyable encourages them to read, improves vocabulary and develops comprehension skills. If you are looking for the very ...

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  • Learning Styles
    Learning Styles

    Albert Einstein once said: “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” Each child learns in a different way. If lessons are presented to your child in a way that ...

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  • Mind Maps
    Mind Maps

    How mapping your mind can help you study Your mind is busier than Grand Central Station; between 12 000 and 50 000 thoughts cross your mind every day. With so much going on, your mind doesn’t have time to trace a linear path from one thought to the next. ...

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  • The Study Schedule Guide
    The Study Schedule Guide

    Get organized with a schedule that works for you We’ve all done it. It’s the night before your exam/test/assignment/presentation and you are bent over your desk, palms sweaty, trying to fit three weeks worth of work into a single evening. If only you had ...

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  • Do you Need a Tutor?
    Do you Need a Tutor?

    Getting a tutor at the beginning of the school term will ensure that you don’t fall too far behind. If you think you may be in trouble, read on. 1. Bad test scores: Bad grades are the obvious sign that you need assistance. Before you get a tutor, ask ...

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