The most common myth that I am regularly addressing at fairs, on the phone, and in emails, is that someone’s student is behind.
I often diffuse this by asking what the scripture reference is that determines what age a student must be to take Algebra 1 or Geometry or begin studying fractions. Is it in 1st Hezekiah or 2nd Assumptions? There is often a pause, then a light begins to
Many students claim to be just bad test takers. No matter how much they study or how well they understand the information, when it comes to taking the test, they can’t perform. Well, rest-assure that the problem probably isn’t that the student is a “bad”
test taker, but that they let stress get the better of them. In 9 out of 10 students, inability to perform on tests is caused by stress and...
"For a nation that proudly declared it would leave no child behind, America continues to do so at alarming rates." Wow- if that statement alone doesn’t make you scratch your head and get to thinking. Click the red “x” on my page now!
I know that every parent isn’t able to pay for private education. If so, I would be out of a job. But in spite of all that, you can still help pull...
In this video, I am being interviewed by my 11 yr old daughter. She wrote her own questions and I said the first thing that came to my mind. Wow! Wanna know what we are talking about & what I answered? Click to see for yourself.
By now you should know that I like to get right to the point of each blog. Yes, I love to socialize, but hey, I know that we parents want it quick, correct and easy! Right? Ok, here ya go. BTW, this will be my LAST blog before my newest son comes any day
now! Should you need to block tutoring time, e-message me please!
Teaching money is the perfect candidate for hands-on learning. Kids...
Juneteenth is this weekend. It is also Fathers day weekend. So why am I in the house and my husband is at the celebration with 6 kids under 12 in the 90+ heat?.......Because I'm about to deliver & he's awesome! Crazy, but awesome.
Just in case you are not familiar with the holiday, here's a brief summary. Juneteenth's importance in American history is celebrated as Emancipation...
They say that millions of American children will lose about 25% of their reading skills and approximately 2.6 months of math computation skills this summer (according to the U.S. Department of Education and the Association for Public Policy Analysis and
Management). If that wasn’t bad enough, teachers typically spend 4 to 6 weeks re-teaching or re-reviewing material that kids forgot over the...
If you're looking for hands-on ways to build your child's math skills, head to the kitchen. Math skills are important along with text books, manipulatives and games. Even very young children can help in the kitchen. At ages two and three, my niece and son
assisted me in making a pumpkin pie. Having all the ingredients and tools ready to use will help when working with youngsters who aren't...