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Ways to Learn Through Mistakes in the Classroom
Jan. 20, 2020 Blog post Ways to Learn Through Mistakes in the Classroom main image

There’s no denying it: in America, it’s all too often that failure is looked down upon and viewed negatively by others. This is never more prevalent than in school, where low grades are considered “bad”, and high grades are considered “good”. In fact, kids are often rewarded for good grades, and admonished for bad ones. It’s no wonder why students are so afraid to fail in the classroom! Read this article to discover a fresh take on failure-focused learning, where learning through mistakes is mandatory. Then, find 4 solid strategies to help children embrace error in the classroom to become capable and confident learners!

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How to Make Learning Meaningful for Students — Main Strategies & Attributes
Jan. 8, 2020 Blog post How to Make Learning Meaningful for Students — Main Strategies & Attributes main image

When your child is bored at school, it could seem impossible to reignite their previous curiosity and love for learning. For teachers, it’s common problem that strikes kids from elementary through high school, and it can seem just as hopeless an endeavor as it seems for parents. But like in anything else, there are many reasons for why it occurs, and just as many ways to tackle the problem. Read this article to find out why kids get bored with school, and how to make learning more meaningful and enjoyable! 

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Flexible Seating Ideas to Use in Your Classroom, Home Study, or Homeschool
Dec. 30, 2019 Blog post Flexible Seating Ideas to Use in Your Classroom, Home Study, or Homeschool main image

If you haven’t heard about flexible seating yet, it’s time that you do! Of all the trends sweeping through the educational world, this one has been embraced by educators all over the country, transforming classrooms into engaging learning spaces! No matter if you’re a parent or a teacher, every classroom or study space can be improved. This article discusses the benefits of flexible seating and gives you ten seating ideas that will make you want to kick your chairs and desks to the curb!

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Reading Levels: Choosing the Right Book No Matter Your Child’s Reading Level
Dec. 12, 2019 Blog post Reading Levels: Choosing the Right Book No Matter Your Child’s Reading Level main image

For kids, learning to read can be a stressful task, but sometimes teaching kids to read can be just as big of an undertaking for parents and teachers alike! If you’re struggling with supporting your little learners as they learn to read independently, you’re not alone! This article will help you to discover how to use reading levels to choose the right texts for your child. Then, learn how to create your own home or classroom library to support kids no matter their current reading level! 

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Benefits and Activities of Using Reading Games for Kids
Dec. 2, 2019 Blog post Benefits and Activities of Using Reading Games for Kids main image

As teachers or even parents, when we think about utilizing games in learning, most of us think of objective subjects with clear answers, like math or science. In preschool and kindergarten, kids might play games using sight words or phonics. But for older children who already know the basics of reading, how can games possibly enrich reading comprehension when questions are text-dependent? The answer requires a bit of creative thinking, but we’re here to tell you that it can be done! Read this article to discover the benefits of using games for reading, how to use them effectively, and to try out the best reading games to play in class!

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Strategies for Teaching Subtraction with Regrouping
Nov. 15, 2019 Blog post Strategies for Teaching Subtraction with Regrouping main image

As a parent or a teacher, you might notice that kids struggle with learning to subtract. Unlike addition, subtraction asks children to do something foreign to them by taking numbers away, and worse yet, borrowing or regrouping. To make matters more confusing, in the past, we taught kids to borrow without telling them why. But now we know that kids must understand the math concept behind the strategies they use. If you’re looking to begin teaching subtraction with regrouping, keep reading to discover why it’s so tricky for kids, the best strategies to use, and games and activities to support learning!

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Easy-to-Understand Strategies to Teach Kids to Round Numbers
Oct. 31, 2019 Blog post Easy-to-Understand Strategies to Teach Kids to Round Numbers main image

It’s hard to find an adult today who hasn’t learned how to round numbers by using a rhyme or trick. Unfortunately, when kids are taught tricks and steps to take without learning the underlying concept, we shortchange their education and number sense! This article explores the pitfalls of teaching kids to use mental “hacks” and rhyming expressions and offers you the best ways to teach rounding numbers to enhance your child’s knowledge of math and place value!

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How to Develop a Growth Mindset from an Early Age
Sept. 30, 2019 Blog post How to Develop a Growth Mindset from an Early Age main image

Today more than ever before do teachers and parents have the best opportunity to help their children unleash their full potential! Because of a paradigm shift from teacher-centered learning to one that guides kids to take ownership of their learning, kids have never been more equipped to become successful. This article explores how to develop a growth mindset and offers six super strategies to encourage children to take charge of their own academic achievement!

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7 Tips for Cultivating Critical Thinking for Kids Throughout the School Year
Sept. 23, 2019 Blog post 7 Tips for Cultivating Critical Thinking for Kids Throughout the School Year main image

When it comes to critical thinking for kids, it’s important to remember that analytical thinkers aren’t suddenly created in kindergarten! Many parents and perhaps teachers may worry how today’s increasingly tougher curriculum standards can be taught when our children are hardly ready to think critically on their own. But as the popular saying goes, it’s about the journey, not just the destination! Read this article to learn more about what critical thinking looks like at the elementary level, and what parents and educators can do to help children develop the mindset needed for deep analytical thinking! 

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Labor Day Crafts for Kids
Sept. 2, 2019 Blog post Labor Day Crafts for Kids main image

Labor Day is often celebrated much like Memorial Day: with cookouts and festivities that don’t actually capture the true meaning of the holiday. This year set the record straight and teach your child the meaning behind this important public holiday. This article discusses the history behind Labor Day and offers up 5 fabulous Labor Day arts and crafts for kids that your little ones are sure to love!

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