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5 Ways To Help Your Child Focus

By Allison Morrow Kids these days are bombarded daily by instant gratification and fast-focus tasks. Internet videos are only ten seconds long, you can see 100 new pictures in ten minutes, television automatically downloads to your phone, you are called a “winner” whenever you want by apps. In this arena of brightly colored, flashing lights,…

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7 Ways Parents Can Promote Learning

By Ray Shawn As a parent, you serve multiple roles – chauffeur, housekeeper, breadwinner, counselor, role model. When it comes to your child’s education, you may wonder what you can do to promote learning… especially if you don’t feel confident in all subject areas. However, you don’t need a degree in education to enhance your…

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Top 6 Tips to Make Math Fun for Kids

By Gabhan Reed At first glance fun math or enjoying math seems to be a contradiction of sorts. You may wonder how a subject that millions of kids around the world dread be fun to learn. The solution lies in removing the fear by making math interesting for the kids with games and other innovative…

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At Home Reading Is Important

By Linda A Johnson Why Reading is Important One of the most important skills any child will learn is how to read. Studies have shown that in countries where students show very high levels of reading comprehension and proficiency, also have high levels of proficiency in science and math. This is easy to understand because…

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Your Kids Don’t Need Electronic Learning Toys

By Sue Hubbard We’ve all seen the advertisements for toys, videos, even teaching programs for babies promising to give your child an academic edge. Maybe we’ve been swayed to purchase those toys that teach colors, counting, and ABC’s in English and Spanish. Maybe we’ve been consumed with guilt because we didn’t give our children these…

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Students: Don’t Forget You Are In Class to Learn

By Dr Bruce Johnson It seems like a fairly obvious reminder for students to tell them that the purpose of taking a class is to learn. Initially students start out that way with their first classes but over time, and as habitual patterns set in, it can be easy to forget that new experiences and…