June 19, 2017

School is out for the summer, and there’s no doubt that your little learner is looking for something to do! It’s only inevitable that your child will most likely fill some of that time with screen-time, but it’s never been truer that apps can unlock a whole new world previously unimaginable. This article explores the many ways that your child’s favorite apps can transform into real-world hobbies to spur a lifetime of learning and discovery! 

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May 22, 2017

Too often, kids arrive in high school with a dread for school and an underappreciation for learning. That’s why it’s so important to build a strong love for learning, and to set the stage for strong study habits early in life. If you’re wondering how to help your child build strong study habits, this article will shed some light to help the earliest of learners to plant the seeds for good study habits and lifetime learning! 

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April 24, 2017

Are you worried that your child might not be ready to hop on that big yellow bus for the first time in the fall? Kindergarten isn’t as tough as you might think. Regardless, it’s never a bad idea to give them extra support in preparing for such a huge milestone in their lives. This article will provide some suggestions for ensuring your little one’s success when they step foot in the classroom.

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April 19, 2017

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April 17, 2017

Is your child confident when it comes to completing new tasks? Or do they shy away from challenges? All kids are born different, and the way that our kids react to the world are vastly different from one another. No matter how confident they are (or not), what’s more important is their developing self-esteem. Even if confidence is low, a healthy self-esteem can change that, making them more courageous and confident down the road. 

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April 10, 2017

If you’ve ever wondered why the Cadbury bunny lays eggs, you’ve come to the right place! Easter is a fascinating holiday that combines an important religious feast day with springtime lore with ancient roots. Here’s an article to delight you and your child with interesting facts about Easter, as your family prepares for this fun-filled holiday. 

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March 27, 2017

From the minute a baby is born, they are constantly observing and learning about the world. Most of the time, kids learn what they need by simple exposure and experience. But from time to time, kids can benefit from someone on the sidelines giving them the resources they need to learn more, quicker. This article will offer you simple ways to foster a love and learning of colors within your child. 

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Feb. 27, 2017

Ask any teenager if they like to read, and you might be disappointed with their answer. While some young adults love to read, many are growing up attached to their video games and smart phones. Luckily there are many ways to nurture a lifelong love for reading within our littlest of learns. Keep reading to find out how to plant the seeds necessary to grow our kids’ love for reading.

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Feb. 20, 2017

Perhaps there’s no greater hot-button issue in the world of education than that of homework. The debate rages on: is homework useful for kids? While homework has been blasted in studies in recent years, many of such studies focused on test scores or GPA. This article will address how to use homework as a valuable tool for character development without overloading your child.

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Feb. 13, 2017

When kids start school, they begin a journey that will last well into young adulthood. This journey will influence the rest of their lives, from their interests and goals, to their future careers. That’s why it’s so important for kids to have a healthy transition into their new academic lives. This article will share some of the basic adjustments, and life skills they’ll need to make starting school a breeze.

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