Education


6 Activities to Improve a Child’s Spatial Awareness Education

Spatial Awareness When I was little, my parents decided to enroll me in soccer, and I’ll be honest, I was terrible at the sport. I was slow and clumsy and could not understand all the positions of the game. When the ball was kicked to me, I’d usually miss as I tried kicking it back to my teammate and I don’t think I ever scored...

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Is My Child Lazy or is it a Learning Challenge? Education

Laziness vs. Learning Disability Do you ever feel like you are the older brother in Big Hero 6, Tadashi, who is always trying to get his younger brother, Hiro, to make more of himself and reach his potential? If you are like me and loved that movie, you already know that Tadashi struggled with Hiro because he saw all the intelligence and genius within him,...

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Valentine’s Day Fine Motor Activities Education

Valentine’s Day Activities Red and pink is everywhere. Hearts of all shapes and sizes line the walls of every store, school hallway and home. It is that time of year where all ages celebrate the meaning of love. Adults go out on special dates, while children get to share their Valentine’s love a little differently. Traditionally, the heart has been the symbol of Valentine’s Day....

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4 Steps for a Better Homework Experience Education

Better Homework Experience Homework. Is that as dirty of a word to you as it’s always been to me? Whether it’s the lingering nightmares that I forgot that all important project or dreading bringing up the word to my kindergartener, who already gives me all the grief of a teenager, homework can be one of my least favorite things to deal with. There are a...

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Why Self-Esteem Affects Your Child’s Education – Part I Education

When my daughter was young, she was a happy confident child that just wouldn’t stop talking. After a long day of work when I was beat and exhausted, she would sit on my lap or in bed after reading stories and wouldn’t stop talking to me until bedtime. I loved that she was bright and social with her friends and classmates. However, as the years...

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Symbols of Christmas Education

If we look through a child’s eyes at Christmas time, what do you think we would see? Would it be presents under the tree, spying to see Santa’s sleigh, or maybe the warm goodies coming out of the oven and the Christmas music playing in the background. We all have memories of what Christmas means to us and special traditions that have been passed down, sometimes...

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Testing Evaluation Discount Education

With 25 to 30 students in one classroom, it’s hard for teachers to give your child the one-on-one attention they need, especially if they struggle with basic subjects or if they have a learning disability. Our center is dedicated to helping parents and teachers with students that need programs beyond classroom instruction. Many of our students have learning disabilities, behavioral issues, or have fallen behind...

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Back to School: Healthy Habits for Children Education

Back to School: Healthy Habits for Children The kids have their backpacks; check. Pencils, crayons, calculator, notepads, and paper; check, check. Whether this is their first day of kindergarten or their senior year of high school it never gets any easier. Preparing kids for school can be a daunting task, but now that they are back in the classroom, keeping a structured routine and forming...

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