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Childhood Development and Family Game Time

Childhood Development and Family Game Time

Board games with your kids may not be the most scintillating thing you can do on a weekend night, but it does help to reinforce what they learn at school, improve communication skills, form family bonds and teach good sportsmanship. It’s game time! Charades This is a great way to improve communication skills and show […]

| October 20, 2014 | Reply
Study Skills: Getting Organized!

Study Skills: Getting Organized!

Organizational skills do not come naturally; they are a learned ability that can help your students in their academic and personal lives. With large class sizes and demanding curricula, most teachers barely have enough time to teach coursework, let alone study skills. If your child is smart but scattered, they may be forgetting to do […]

| October 6, 2014 | Reply
How to Make Tutoring Work for You

How to Make Tutoring Work for You

With increasingly large class sizes and competition to get into the best schools, most students need a little help at some point in their academic careers. If your child is struggling to keep up or is losing confidence, getting them effective academic coaching can help to restore their self-esteem. If your child is doing well, […]

| September 30, 2014 | Reply
Quick, Easy and Healthy School Lunch Ideas

Quick, Easy and Healthy School Lunch Ideas

Thinking of what to make for school lunches can be tough when you are a busy parent. That’s where we come in! Here are some great ways to create easy, healthy lunches for your kids that they will love. Remember always to send a balanced meal with a side of fruit, yogurt or cheese and […]

| September 23, 2014 | Reply
What to do When Your Child Hates School

What to do When Your Child Hates School

Is your child refusing to go to school? Are they so reticent to start the day that getting them to school on time is a constant struggle? Do you think your child hates school? When your child is not enjoying school, it can make things difficult for the whole family. The first thing to realize […]

| September 15, 2014 | Reply