3 Reasons We Are Thankful for You! Events

Thanksgiving has finally arrived and this is the perfect opportunity for us to tell you what we are grateful for and say Thank You! It’s no secret, this year has been a busy one with many great changes and major milestones. Let’s take a look and reflect back to earlier this year… May 2014 – Launched our New Website and Social Media pages June 2014 –...

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Who’s That Celebrity: Albert Einstein math

Albert Einstein, born March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Württemberg, Germany, is one of the smartest mathematicians in history who also gave us one of the greatest contributions science has ever known (for better or worse). He is typically known for his discoveries of general relativity, which eventually led him to creating the atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan during World War II. In 1921, he won the...

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Why Parents Need to Ditch the Brain Games Development

Why Parents Need to Ditch the Brain Games Winter has finally arrived, at least for many of us, and you are probably already in holiday mode and looking for great deals on toys, electronics, and games for your kids, or perhaps a niece or nephew. One word of advice this holiday season, ditch the brain games! But why? Brain games are supposed to make your...

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Farmington Station Winners Events

Congratulations to our Winners at Farmington Station!  If you are one of our Farmington Station winners, contact us at 801-390-0091 or email info@ilslearning.com to claim your prize. Haven’t joined us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter? Follow us now for a chance to Win a MegaPlex Movie Package. Click here for the details. Stop by to visit anytime at the Kaysville SportsPlex! [efstable width =”100%”] [efstable_head]...

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Thanksgiving Gratitude Gobbler Uncategorized

As the leaves change colors and the air becomes colder, the holiday season begins to take over and we start to get wrapped up in the hustle and bustle of shopping, the smell of cinnamon and pumpkin, parties, presents, and FOOD! Thanksgiving is one of the busiest times planning the menu, decorating the table, and stuffing the turkey. We all know Thanksgiving is a time...

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6 Ways to Foster Gratitude this Thanksgiving Season ADD / ADHD / Comprehension / math / Mathematics / Reading / science / spelling / Uncategorized / Writing

I don’t know about you, but Thanksgiving happens to be one of my favorite holidays. We tend to overlook Thanksgiving and focus all our efforts on Christmas, but this holiday really allows me to build relationships with my family rather than buying gifts and money. As one of eight children, our holiday gatherings are chaotic, messy, and above all FUN. And, there is never too...

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Nutrition: Smart Eating, Smarter Kids Nutrition

It’s that time where we stuff ourselves with chocolate, delicious desserts, hot coco, and all the candy we can muster. You are probably still suffering from the sugar comatose. That’s why, this time of year is especially important to stay on track, especially when it comes to our kids. However, if you are like me, when you hear the words gluten-free, no carbs, and eating clean,...

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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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GROSS MOTOR BRAIN-BUILDING EXERCISES: 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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