June 19, 2022
The world is constantly changing, and Kids Academy knows that children today must be prepared for whatever lies ahead. That’s why we’ve partnered with E-Blox to bring your students a state-of-the-art way to learn science in a format that blends online lessons with hands-on learning! If this sounds intriguing, keep reading to find out more details about our new partnership and how the Kids Academy Blended Learning Science Course can benefit your little learners!
May 23, 2022
This year, it’s crucial that kids are given every opportunity to prevent learning loss and sharpen their skills for the next grade. That’s why Kids Academy has developed an innovative summer camp program to support your young learners in subjects across the curriculum. Teachers and tutors can also use it in their summer sessions as a remediation tool to guard against learning loss from school closures this spring.
May 13, 2022
Childhood is a time of wonder! On their breathtaking quest to make sense of the world, kids learn an incredible amount of new things and establish numerous new logical connections each day. Therefore, it’s safe to say that every child is a sort of a genius - bursting with endless curiosity, open to new experiences, soaking up knowledge like a sponge.
April 20, 2022
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March 1, 2022
Spring is considered to be a time of rebirth. Days become longer, spring flowers start to flourish, days get warmer. We want to congratulate everyone on the calendar start of spring and mention some amusing activities you may participate in after long and cold winter. In this short article, you will find some spring-related worksheets to keep your child's mind busy with learning new concepts!
Feb. 18, 2022
This year, President’s Day is on February 21st, and it’s quite possible that you and your family don’t have any plans to celebrate. As it turns out, this federal holiday is one of a few across the calendar that lacks in popularity and consistency. In fact, there is some confusion as to what this holiday celebrates as the government also calls it Washington’s Birthday. Instead of letting another President’s Day go by unnoticed, teach your child about its rich history and significance. Keep reading to learn more about the origin of this important holiday and find ways to celebrate with your children!
Feb. 14, 2022
What parent doesn’t rejoice at their child’s academic success? The modern social, educational and working environments require an individual to be open-minded, motivated, self-organized, knowledgeable, flexible, good with technology and capable of life-long learning. The education system plays a great role in forming the foundation of all those skills starting from the very first school years. And although nothing can compete with a real teacher organizing an engaging, fostering and motivational learning environment for their students, and finding a personal approach to each of them, the advances of today’s technology can also be a great supplement to the traditional educational process.
Feb. 9, 2022
Black History Month is a dedicated time span to remember, celebrate and learn about African American history in the US. Originally established in 1970, Black History Month coincides with the birthday month of the infamous Abraham Lincoln, who was the American president who abolished slavery, and abolitionist Frederick Douglass, who campaigned for the ending of slavery.
Feb. 7, 2022
Here comes our first monthly digest in 2022! Let’s have a look at our fresh publications from January and make sure you haven’t missed what you absolutely need to read.
Feb. 3, 2022
As you may guess, Chinese New Year is an essential traditional holiday in China. Chinese New Year historically began on the last day in a Chinese calendar, Chinese New Year's Eve. The holiday usually ends on the fifteenth day of the first month, which is commemorated with the Lantern Festival. This short article will let you dive into the interesting history of the Chinese New Year and its features.