August is here again, and it’s time to get to work! Kids everywhere are headed back to the classroom, and many of them are stepping foot into school for the very first time! Help your child get ahead by practicing the skills they need to be successful.
You might have heard that kids can’t think critically. As parents, we’ve often heard that kids are concrete learners who simply aren’t ready to analyze or evaluate problems. Fortunately, educators and psychologists now think that kids can be taught to think critically, but must be taught the skill through explicit instruction.
Kids need to learn about money. Whether for future financial competence, or just for practice with math skills, money can teach kids a host of different skills and life lessons! Make teaching money fun for kids with the following ideas, designed especially with your child’s learning needs in mind.