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Making Back-to-School Easier Together with Kids Academy

Aug. 31, 2021

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It's time to be ready for a new school year since the studies have already begun! Schools have been opening their doors for young and elder learners as autumn approaches. Probably your kid is looking forward to starting learning in the campus with joy and delight, or maybe he or she experiences troubles while waiting for their first lessons face-to-face with the teacher after the long-running pandemic pause. You may assist your kid in making their first steps beyond the school's doorstep with the help of the Talented and Gifted discount we have prepared for you.

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The Top 3 Skills Little Learners Should Know When Entering School

Aug. 30, 2021

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This fall, kids around the country are reentering school, some of them attending a face-to-face environment for the very first time! It’s only natural for parents to feel a bit anxious wondering about whether their kids have what it takes to be successful considering the challenges of the past school year. Join us as we discuss the top three skills your child needs to be successful in school and keep reading to find a breakdown of what your little learner should accomplish before entering pre-k, kindergarten, or 1st grade!

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Best Math Manipulatives to Have at Home

Aug. 27, 2021

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Classrooms are full of useful tools. Why not have some of those tools at home? This is a list of some of the most useful math manipulatives to assist students when they are at home. Moreover, one may use visual learning methods to teach theit child math.

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by Alison Carter (Play Based Educator, ESL Teacher, Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Pilates Teacher, Journalist and Writer)

The Benefits of Play-Based Learning

Aug. 25, 2021

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This year has been a difficult one for lots of reasons. Rising numbers of parents and caregivers have been homeschooling their children, whilst working full-time jobs in the midst of a global pandemic and this has added new unprecedented strains and stresses. It has also meant that caregivers have had to be adaptable and creative about the way they educate their children.

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Helpful Hints for A Successful Start to the New School Year

Aug. 23, 2021

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For kids across the country, they are returning to school this fall without ever having stepped on campus in over a year! For many of them, they are entering school for the very first time as kindergarteners or 1st graders. With so many disruptions, it’s easy to see why parents and kids may feel nervous about stepping foot on campus this fall. Luckily there are strategies parents can take to help little learners prepare for the big day. Read this article to find helpful hints to ensure a smooth start to the new school year!

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Personalized Learning for Pandemic Learning Loss: Strategies to Try for Both Teachers and Parents

Aug. 6, 2021

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As we get ready to embark on a new school year, the topic of closing learning gaps caused by the pandemic has been buzzing throughout the educational world. Thanks to standardized test scores from around the country, educators and parents know that online learning has taken its toll. Thankfully, there are many strategies to use for teachers and parents who are helping their kids get caught up. Keep reading to learn about personalized learning, and strategies to differentiate lessons to reach the needs of all students!

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Mindfulness in the Classroom: What Is It, and How Can It Help Accelerate Learning?

Aug. 2, 2021

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Today’s kids have a lot on their plates, but what can teachers and parents do to lessen their stress at school? Mindfulness is a practice that many adults utilize to focus more on the present and to become more self-aware of their emotions. Did you know that kids could do this, too? Keep reading to discover more about mindfulness in the classroom and learn three strategies to incorporate it into your kids’ school day or learning routine at home!

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A Check List for Back to School 2021

July 30, 2021

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A new school year is near and now it's time to settle to go back to school! For some kids, it is an exciting time since children are eager to start learning and looking forward to seeing their schoolmates again, while for others it may be a hard time of trial and concerns. Some kids will sometimes need extra help to make the transition back to school smoother and safer. Luckily, there are many strategies on how to make the transition easier, making the back-to-school process run as seamlessly as possible. 

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by Jorezza Antonio (Behavioral Therapist)

Detecting Hearing Difficulties in Children and Addressing it at Home

May 20, 2021

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Talking to your child but he seems inattentive and doesn’t respond can be quite irritating for the parents. How do we know if a child is ignoring us or has any difficulty listening? Talking to your child but he seems inattentive and doesn’t respond can be quite irritating for the parents. At times, you’ll yell at your child to turn the volume down of the program they are watching or games they're playing. However, have you ever asked yourself if the behavior is related something else? Is it Selective Hearing? Hearing difficulties?

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Inspire Play with a Book a Day: Preschool & Kindergarten Learning Books and Activities

May 17, 2021

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The summer is drawing near, and after a year of learning at home, you and your kids may be struggling with fresh new ideas for play. But what if we told you to just go to the nearest bookshelf and pick up your child’s favorite book? Sometimes the best ideas for playful activities can be inspired by those that are unrelated to games. Read this article to discover how to use early learning books to inspire your child’s play and find the best titles and activities to fill your little learner’s time and mind!

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