5 Science-Backed Ways to Read with Your Child

May 7, 2018

When it comes to teaching our kids to read, it may seem like a daunting and impossible task for someone who isn’t already an early education teacher. While sight word flashcards and worksheets are no doubt important, the first step to teaching kids how to read is simply to pick up a book and start reading. This article explores ways to read with your child to maximize early literacy and language learning.

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5 Hands-On Strategies to Teach Measurements for Grades 1-3

March 19, 2018

Are you looking for new ideas to teach measurement in a fun, yet meaningful way? Measurement is a necessary skill for kids to learn, but kids have a hard time grasping the concept from desk work alone. Instead, offer kids hands-on ways to to engage with measurement and data to keep them motivated, and set a real-life purpose for learning this important math concept. 

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Physical Science Projects for Early Learners

Nov. 28, 2017

As parents, we know that our kids are naturally curious about the world around them. Since our kids are natural scientists, early childhood is the best time to begin exploring chemistry to learn more about the chemicals and materials in their world. Inspire and fascinate your child with the following physical science activities for kids! 


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Fun Physics Experiments for Kids

Nov. 20, 2017

Let’s delve into the world of physics and see how fun it can be for kids! While physics sounds like a tough subject to tackle, there are many kid-friendly experiments to engage kids while exposing them to meaningful STEM activities.

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7 Ways to Learn Math Through Literacy Skills

Oct. 3, 2017

When it comes to multitasking, you may have heard of the popular expression, “kill one bird with two stones”. In today’s classroom, teachers are now mixing math with literacy skills, in stark contrast to the math drills we’ve once endured in our own childhood! Not only is using literacy skills to teach math a convenient way to teach across the curriculum, but it helps teach kids to thoroughly understand the processes behind the math they learn. 

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6 Strategies to Motivate a Reluctant Learner

Aug. 28, 2017

One of the greatest challenges of parenting school-aged kids is trying to engage the unengaged. This can lead to a frustrating cycle, causing strife for both parent and child. Here’s an article to address one of childhood’s most pressing issues: motivating the reluctant learners. Keep reading to find strategies to engage kids who are seemingly indifferent to learning. 

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How Your Child’s Favorite Apps Can Unlock the Door to Fun Summer Hobbies

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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Ready for Kindergarten? Tips for Kindergarten Readiness

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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Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence: the Difference and its Impact in Early Learning

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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