Nutrition Week: Thai Chicken Quinoa Salad for Young Learners ADD / ADHD / Comprehension / math / Mathematics / Reading / science / spelling / Uncategorized / Writing

Since we are focusing all week long on nutrition, we wanted to share with you one of our favorite recipes that  can help improve attention, focus, energy, behavior, and gives our families a little Asian zing. Quinoa, which is becoming a great substitute for white rice, and is high in protein, can keep you full longer and has all the health and nutritional benefits the...

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7 Super Brain-building Gross Motor Activities for Kids Physical Literacy

7 Super Brain-building Gross Motor Activities for Kids When I first became a new parent, everything was an experiment. I might as well have thrown on a lab coat and bought my own lab with all the bottles I tested and experiments with nightly feeding methods, nap patterns, and eventually tactics to help my child crawl, roll over, grasp objects, and walk. By child number...

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Fine Motor Activities to Jump Start Learning Development

Fun Fine Motor Activities Your child has entered those critical preschool years and is now well on the path toward Kindergarten. What do you do now? Whether you are a first-time parent or a veteran, finding activities and ideas that can stimulate and prepare your child’s fine motor skills may be trickier than you thought or maybe you are experiencing a “been there done that”...

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How to Detect Early Signs of ADHD Symptoms ADHD

Early Detection of ADHD Symptoms Don’t you wish you could magically tap into your child’s brain to see what makes them tick? Sometimes, especially when they are young, it would be great to find out what they are thinking, what they want to eat, what to do to make them stop crying, and what’s wrong when they are sick. Better yet, wouldn’t it be great...

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Good Music Brighter Children: Using Music to Help Learning Disabilities ADD / ADHD / Comprehension / math / Mathematics / Reading / science / spelling / Uncategorized / Writing

Helping Kids Achieve Academic Success through Music Some of the most rewarding experiences we have, other than working with our amazing students, is the opportunity to work with organizations and individuals who share our passion for helping kids learn and achieve academic success. That is why we were thrilled when Sharlene Habermeyer, author of Good Music Brighter Children, approached us to team up and write an...

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Bumps on the Brain Uncategorized

One of the most commonly asked questions we get is if children can have trouble learning as a direct result from head injuries. The answer is undoubtedly, yes! As you already know, the brain functions in mysterious ways and can be fragile in its development stages. Between the ages of three and 10, kids are constantly exploring and testing new objects, play equipment, and are...

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Teacher Munch N’ Learn Uncategorized

If you are overwhelmed trying to help each student meet all their educational requirements, we provide services to help teachers with students who are struggling academically. Working to keep parents and students happy while maintaining Utah’s educational standards is hard, especially when it’s beyond your capacity and workload. We give students the extra help they need to excel in your classroom. Munch N’ Learn Registration...

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Integrated Learning Reading Challenge! Uncategorized

Want Leo the Lion from Real Salt Lake to award your child for reading? Take our reading challenge!Here’s how your child could be one of our lucky winners and meet Leo: Write a one page written summary of why you think reading is important. Draw a picture that shows why reading is important to you. Mail your summary and picture to Integrated Learning Strategies. Winners...

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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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