Find out about six Halloween costumes for girls that are easy to make and also help you teach your daughter about powerful women role models.
This year, help your daughter get excited about more than a plastic pumpkin head full of candy. Halloween is a great opportunity to teach her about positive women role models. With our Halloween c...Read More
Being prepared means more than backpacks and binders. Three tips for kids (and parents) to set up for success in 2015.
You’ve bought all the necessary supplies, and put your money where your mouth is to make your student look and feel good going into the new year. You’re ready to lay the foundation for the year ahe...Read More
As the ways kids are being taught changes, it can be hard for parents to keep up. Use this process to remove some frustration when it’s time to offer homework help.
It’s wonderful feeling. The moment when your busy student comes to you and asks for help. As a parent, few things are as fulfilling as lending a strong, guiding hand. You thought they’d never ask....Read More
Even the classroom isn’t immune to new, hip (and sometimes confusing) trends. Read up on this quartet of education’s buzziest terms to understand how school might be changing for your child.
As the saying goes, the only thing constant is change. But change is good. It keeps us learning, evolving, and engaged. It makes us resilient, and allows us to handle anything that cross our path....Read More
Back to school can be as exciting as it is nerve-wracking for high school and college students. An expert tutor gives your student the edge on everything from homework help to standardized testing.
There is always a mix of excitement and apprehension during the back to school season. Whether your child will be driving themselves to school for the first time or getting settled into their colle...Read More
Don’t miss a beat this fall by adding these four essentials to your back to school supplies list.
School is right around the corner (or has already started for most of you). It’s that time of the year where we get into our “Back-to-School” routines: Shop for new clothes, go to every doctor appo...Read More
As a parent, you want to make sure your teen reaches their full potential. Here are five things to watch for going into the new school year.You know there is a bright and promising future out there for your teen, and you want to do everything you can to help them get there.
You know there is a bright and promising future out there for your teen, and you want to do everything you can to help them get there. And yet, with each passing grade, it can start to feel as tho...Read More
Find out five more facts that your children will be taught in school, and how they differ from what you learned.
This is the second in our two-part series on facts your student will learn that are different than what you were taught. If you missed part one, you can find it here. Fact 6: Earth is not the on...Read More