14 Jul

Homeschooling a Preschooler: 8 Handy Tips for Parents

The thought of transitioning to school can be overwhelming for both parents and children alike. In some cases, homeschooling your preschooler can be an excellent option. After all, learning doesn’t have to be confined to only the four walls of a traditional classroom. Learning can take place in your home with the help of a variety of enrichment and learning activities. You can even create a play-based curriculum to make homeschooling a wonderful learning experience for your child.

If you're not sure where to start, here are some helpful tips you can use for homeschooling your preschooler.


09 Jul

How to Help Kids Build Math Skills at Home

Many people find math to be so challenging that it ends up causing them anxiety.  Mastery of this subject can’t be achieved overnight. If you find yourself feeling lost when your child asks you for assistance with math, know that you're not alone. So how can you help your child build math skills? What can you do to help your child prepare for school and equip your little one with the essential skills needed for academic success?

If you want your child to excel in math, it's crucial to provide them with plenty of opportunities to learn and build these skills at home. Here are a few tips to help ...

29 Jun

5 Ways to Support Your Child's Academic Performance

Each child’s academic abilities vary. Some children learn fast, while others need a little more time to grasp new concepts and skills. But at the end of the day, most children can reach their true potential if they're given the help and support they need. As a parent, you play an essential role in your child's academic performance and in helping your little one excel in school. 

How much time and energy should parents spend on supporting their children’s academic performance? What are the most effective strategies for helping kids succeed in school? Is your approach helping your child learn ...

21 Jun

7 Tips for Helping Your Struggling Reader

Building basic reading skills is crucial during the early childhood years. Children who learn to read at an early age tend to become more fluent readers, have greater general knowledge, and develop a richer vocabulary. They also tend to have a stronger attention span. However, many students struggle with learning to read, and parents are faced with the challenge of trying to help. 

If you find yourself caught in a similar dilemma, know that you're not alone. Read on and learn some helpful strategies for helping your little one with reading.  

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15 Jun

How to Help Your Child Overcome Math Anxiety

Did you struggle when it came to learning math when you were a kid? For many people, the sheer terror of being faced with numbers or symbols and not knowing what to do with them is very real. The knot in your stomach tightens, and your heart starts racing. Unfortunately, these experiences are way too familiar for many children. While math anxiety is common among kids who feel a strong aversion to math, developing an intense fear of this subject area can lead to poor academic performance or even avoidance of all things mathematical.  

As parents, there are things you can do to help change the ...

07 Jun

How to Support Your Child’s Virtual Education

The world is changing, and so are the modalities in which we learn. Virtual education is becoming increasingly popular because it offers a safe and engaging educational environment for children of all ages. Virtual education has been around for some time, and it encompasses more than just online schools and homeschooling. It also includes academic instruction and activities that students bring home from school, including lessons on the internet.

Whether your child prefers to learn online or in person, there are many benefits that virtual schooling has to offer. Read on to find out how you can ...

01 Jun

4 Important Things to Keep in Mind When Reading with Kids

The first few years of a child's life are such a critical period in his or her development. During this time, children learn the foundational skills needed to read, and they use words in order to effectively interact with others. Reading is an important part of learning to communicate because it provides children with exposure to new vocabulary and helps them develop language skills that will help them in school. Reading with children is also a great way for parents and their little ones to bond, teach them new things, and instill a love for reading. However, sometimes we forget that children ...

25 May

The Importance of Reading for Your Child's Learning and Cognitive Development

As many parents know, reading is an essential building block for our children’s academic and cognitive development. Reading skills are also necessary to a child's social, emotional, and language development. Reading promotes literacy skills, builds vocabulary and comprehension skills, enhances memory retention and problem-solving abilities, improves listening comprehension skills, and even shapes a child’s values and view of the world.

As parents, helping our kids cultivate a lifelong love of reading is one of the most important things we can do. Reading to our children from an early age not ...

20 May

6 Ways Reading Bedtime Stories Can Benefit Your Child

One of the best ways to bond with your child is through sharing bedtime stories each night. In addition to providing a soothing routine that will help your child drift off into dreamland, reading stories together at bedtime offers an excellent opportunity for parents and kids to bond, in addition to several other significant advantages. 

Reading bedtime stories can help increase your child's vocabulary and enrich his or her developing reading skills, which will also give your child an advantage in school. Reading together is also an activity that fosters kids' imaginations and sense of ...

15 May

6 Helpful Techniques for Improving your Child's Handwriting Skills

Handwriting is an integral part of academics and written communication and is a critical skill for all children to learn. As children master the process of writing by hand, they work to develop their fine motor skills and increase the dexterity and strength in their hands, fingers, and wrists. Writing also helps nurture kids’ hand-eye coordination, which can lead to better reading comprehension.

Writing is a fundamental skill that will aid your child in school, so it's important for them to learn the basics of writing from an early age. Because writing is something that develops with practice, ...