Find out ten new facts your children will be taught in school, and how they differ from what you learned.
Your teachers lied to you, but it wasn’t on purpose. See what new discoveries we’ve made and what your child will now learn as facts at school. Fact 1: Pluto is a dwarf planet, not a real planet. ...Read More
Even as the challenges of a new grade arise, parents can make sure students keep confidence building.
When you look around today’s elementary or middle school classrooms, or glance through one of your child’s textbooks, it quickly becomes clear that students today are not only learning about core s...Read More
Succeeding in online lessons means instilling the right routine, squashing distractions, and staying organized. Follow these four steps to make online tutoring work for you.
Online tutoring is becoming increasingly popular, and for good reason. More students and parents are finding online lessons to be just as effective as in-person lessons, and as we’ve talked about ...Read More
New research shows that mastering second grade skills sets kids up for a lifetime of success.
As a parent, there are few things more rewarding than witnessing your child learn something new. And when it comes to elementary reading and math, there’s even more reason to celebrate: New researc...Read More
Online lessons keep tutoring consistent even when schedules aren’t.
A look at any family calendar will reveal one common truth: we’re all capital B Busy. Between jobs, school, after school activities and homework, creating your family calendar can feel like you’re ...Read More
On the lookout for fun, educational experiences to share with your child this summer? There are a host of summer activities just outside your door.
You can bet there is a lot of information that you as an adult know and want to share with your children. But why just tell them when you can provide them with the chance to learn through experienc...Read More
When it comes to summer learning opportunities, a little legwork goes a long way. A few simple Google searches can unlock hours of fun and learning for your child.
Wishing there was some way you could find educational activities for your children this summer, but feeling like you don’t have the time? When is the last time you visited your school or library’s...Read More
Math often becomes a disparaging subject for middle school girls. Here's how parents can play a pivotal role in helping them understand emotions and simplify concepts.
“I’m just not good at math.” If you have a middle school-aged daughter, and you’ve heard these words come out of her mouth, you might be a little shocked. And you’re definitely not alone. In the U...Read More