As parents, we do a lot of talking. We talk to our children on a daily basis, relaying vital information (don’t forget to wear your seatbelt) and basic information (please don’t leave your socks on the floor.) But sometimes, as parents, we don’t realize the weight our ..
Almost every high school student has asked themselves, their teachers, tutors and parents the same question: “When are we ever going to have to use this?” When an educator can respond with real world examples that matter to the student, chances are the student will put in the ..
Every family has their own bedtime routine. For some, it starts with dinner, then bath, then dessert, prayers and lights out. Others start with homework, then dinner, skip the dessert and do bedtime stories before saying goodnight. A recent study shows that adding a little bit of math ..
What do the White House, the Eifle Tower and the Taj Mahal have in common? Yes they are geographical landmarks, and yes they are magnificent and impressive, but they also have something else in common. They all started with a strong, solid foundation. A beautiful building is nothing ..
Q: What is the best way to study for a multiple-choice test? A. Review the material for the first time as you drive to school B. Follow this informative set of guidelines C. “Work together” with the smart kid who sits in front of you Multiple choice is ..
Studies show that teens don’t get enough sleep, and this could be a vital factor in how they preform in the classroom. Whether they are up watching TV, chatting with friends, or working on homework, teens rarely get the recommended 8-9 hours of sleep per night. “A recent ..
So, your teacher hates you. Or at least that is what it feels like every time you sit down in class. Having a rough relationship with your teacher can be detrimental to your learning, and can have a long lasting impact on your grades and academic performance throughout ..
Legos: The Building Blocks of Math Believe it or not, having a bunch of Legos all of the floor could be a way to help your younger child develop important math skills. These colorful building blocks can help build your child’s confidence in math at an early ..
If your child excels on the field, court, track, or pool, there are a few things you can do as a parent of a student athlete to help them excel in the classroom as well. Students who love playing sports usually are kinesthetic learners, meaning they learn ..
Creating An Effective Study Space Students who do their homework, read and study in the same physical space improve their chances of retaining more of the information in front of them, and also improve their ability to recall that information on test day. Sitting in the same, clean, organized ..