Getting your kids to “Want” to learn coding is tricky. You have to walk a fine line between offering them encouragement without overstating or overplaying your hand. If you make coding sound like a winter holiday in a Christmas Lapland when your kid will be disappointed when they have to sit in front of a computer for hours. On the other hand, if you don’t feed them a bit of encouragement, then your kid may find the whole process a little too stale and unexciting. Here are a few educational gifts that you could try in order to spark a bit of interest in coding.
Figuring out the best way to homeschool your child is challenging. Homeschooling has pros and cons and can vary from family to family. Some parents enjoy the flexibility, while others wish their children had more opportunities to socialize with peers.
Across America, many parents have begun pulling a double shift. They have added homeschool teacher to their resumes. Are you among their number? If you are, you might discover to your dismay that there’s more to teaching than fingerpainting. However, if you find yourself continually gritting your teeth around your kids, maybe you are making homeschooling too hard on your children — and yourself. Learning about the following nine common errors can help you make the academic day smoother.
Why I regretted getting high marks at college? Image by PourquoiPas from Pixabay Since I was 13, I always wanted to prove that I was smart because someone had told me they thought I was of ‘average intelligence’. Although they didn’t mean this as an insult, I took it to be such and it drove […]
Your home as a school: why you should consider alternative education? Designed by Freepik Home schooling is often thought as a niche education method. However, many cultures welcome and even encourage home schooling, with levels of home schooling rising globally. Homeschooling is great for parents who might want to keep a closer eye on their child […]