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Become Involved in Your Child's Learning With Flashcards

Every parent wants to help their child succeed and reach their potential, however, with the increasing complexity of school subjects it can often become a difficult challenge. Understanding the importance of parental involvement in a...
Parent-teacher interviews provide a valuable opportunity to gain a greater understanding of your child's educational progress and any challenges they are facing. However, many parents find that they often leave these sessions wanting more. Understanding the importance of these meetings, The...
Reaching adulthood brings with it many advantages, one of them being the benefit of hindsight when it comes to the importance of reading during early education. However, with the ever-growing appeal of tablets and cell phones, breaking your child away from their favored screens and conveying...
In a previous post, we wrote about how you could identify and assist a child who identifies with the traits of an auditory learner. While this post included some beneficial information which can assist every parent to help an auditory learner, for this article, The Tutoring Center of Plano is...
If you've ever watched or listened to your child as they study and perform their homework and have noticed that they are talking to themselves or perhaps they are singing songs aloud with nobody else around, then it's likely you may be listening to an auditory learner in their natural...
It sounds intriguing, to say the least. So when a news report on described how a study found this to be possible, it was compelling to read on. 

University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) reported through a study of kindergarten students, that writing letters to family members who lived...

Science Help: Glossary of Terms

Preparing your child for the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) world that will face them as adults does not need to be a challenge. Here are a few terms your child should know. Test your children yourself and ask for examples where...
It does not sound a lot. Most stories often take longer to read. But just 20 minutes of reading can make a big difference in the lives of our children. 

Author Pamela DeLoatch’s article on Edudemic discusses some less obvious yet long-term positive effects of reading daily and not skipping...
This article from Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center is rather old, but probably worth reminding us parents on some well researched parenting skills that would give our kids a higher chance of being happy and resilient to adversity as a kid, as a teen and finally as an adult. 

Based on...

Strategies for Acing Any Test near Richardson

The purpose of a test is to measure your comprehension of course material or your ability to perform a task. As such, there is no substitute for good, old-fashioned study and practice. Still, here are some steps you can take so your...


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