As a mother of two grade-school children, I know first-hand just how hard it can be to keep kids motivated and excited about school--especially as summer break draws to an end. One year, I decided to implement a study routine for my kids throughout the summer, which I found helped them retain the information they learned during the academic year and made for an easier transition back to school in the fall. I've put together this blog to help other parents prepare their children for success in the upcoming school year. I hope this helps your child have his or her best year yet!
10 October 2018
You want the best education possible for your child. Depending on where you live in the United States, public schools may not offer the college prep you are looking for. What's more, the public schools in your area may not boast a good graduation rate. Instead of consigning your child to common failure, a private school may be a better option. However, no two private schools are created equal. Here are a few factors to consider when trying to choose.
9 October 2018
When your child is in a preparatory elementary school, you may expect you aren't going to have any issues when it comes to helping them with their homework. However, as soon as you start going through those papers with them, you may be surprised at just how rusty you are. Therefore, you should read this article that will help you with tips on helping your child when it comes to their homework and other tips for getting them to be more successful with their homework in general.
5 October 2018
Every teacher wants to engage students in what they're teaching. As the seasons pass throughout the school year, each one is a good opportunity to teach students about all the fascinating things about each season. School is newly back in session in the autumn for many students, and they may be especially open to the lessons it brings. Consider these four ways to celebrate autumn in your classroom, while also teaching students something they're sure to remember.