Jan. 16, 2017

It’s that time after holidays when kids are happily playing with the new toys they received from Santa. As adults, it’s much the same for us! We might be absorbed in the latest gadget received, all while getting back to the daily grind. What a perfect time to stop and reflect just how much time we dedicate to having fun with our family.  This article will give you ideas to connect with your family and little ones in meaningful ways. 

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Jan. 9, 2017

Last summer, a game called Pokémon Go made headlines for being a revolutionary new game that brought the gameplay right into the players very own world, thanks to a technology called augmented reality. While augmented reality seems like a brand-new technology, it has been slowly revolutionizing education and the way kids learn. This article will share 5 innovative roles in which this technology can and will transform the way your child learns. 

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Jan. 2, 2017

It's time to announce the results of our Christmas Giveaway. We appreciate you for taking time and joining it. Sincere thanks to everyone! And the WINNERS are... 

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Dec. 26, 2016

New Year’s resolutions aren’t just for grown-ups! In fact, resolutions are a great way to inspire your children to learn about important character traits and skills like setting long-term goals, and following through with plans. Indeed, your child can learn a lot about the ideals of self-improvement and continued learning just by making—and keeping-- resolutions. This next article will give you two wonderful New Year’s craft ideas that your little learner can enjoy throughout the entire year!

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Dec. 12, 2016

Are you struggling to create with New Year’s resolutions that you can keep? Why not set resolutions that recommit you to something you’ve been working on all along?  With the right set of goals, it’s possible to reinvigorate your child’s learning routine to ensure that they are growing towards their fullest potential. Here are some manageable New Year resolutions that your child is sure to love! 

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Oct. 3, 2016

One of the biggest myths in homeschooling is the idea that homeschool students can’t make friends, or aren’t properly socialized. This simply isn’t true. In fact, there are many ways to build in meaningful social activities for your homeschooler. Whether you are homeschooling or not, the following article will shed light on little-known ways to incorporate fun and educational social activities into your child’s life. 

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Sept. 13, 2016

It's time to announce the results of our Back-to-School Giveaway. We appreciate you for taking time and joining the contest. Sincere thanks to everyone! And the WINNERS are... 

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Sept. 5, 2016

 

The number one (and two) most influential people in a child’s life is not their teacher: but their own parents. Sometimes it is easy to overlook the monumental impact parents have upon a toddler or preschooler’s future academic endeavors. Read the following article to find out how family involvement enriches a child’s future performance in school, and to find out some easy free ways to engage with your child

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Aug. 29, 2016

In the hustle and bustle of our busy lives, it’s often difficult to find the time to help our children learn. While it might seem impossible to find the time to support your child’s early education, there are strategies that can help you find the time without sacrificing crucial tasks.  The following article will give you ways to support your little learners without taking up too much of your time.

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July 25, 2016

Children enjoy spending quality time with parents and family members, and there’s no better time to share meaningful experiences with one another than during the summer. Mix math skills with everyday family fun for a winning combination that will keep your kids’ brains sharp!

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