How to teach easily your child the alphabet? Photo by Magda Ehlers from Pexels Teaching your child the alphabet is one of the first things you’ll want your child to learn when they reach preschool. Learning the alphabet takes time; how much time varies for each child. Your goal is to make sure your child has fun while […]
Many of us will remember when studying was the last thing you wanted to do after a day at school – there were trees to climb, bikes to ride and friends to play with. That’s why it’s so essential to help ensure that your children don’t just study – they genuinely enjoy learning.
Whether you’re a seasoned homeschooler or a reluctant parent with no other choice, you’ve probably figured out there are pros and cons to learning at home. There’s nothing like a stimulating classroom with a teacher who knows how to motivate, but not all school situations are ideal. Online school gives students with different learning styles a chance to find out what works best for them. We have resources to make your job easier and inspire your child.
The year 2020 and the arrival of COVID-19 have continued to provide people worldwide with new challenges they never anticipated. Six months ago, we never would have realized that the schooling of our children would be so affected as well. Now, most kids are either learning online full-time or working in a hybrid system between home and school.
Getting back into the swing of school can be extremely challenging, particularly if your children were home during the quarantine. No matter how carefully they followed the remote learning process, being in the actual building imposes a structure that may feel a little strange.
Are your kids learning from home this coming school year? Whether you’re homeschooling or your children’s school district has decided on distance learning during the pandemic, your kids need a solid routine to achieve their distance-learning goals. Here are six online learning tips to help parents guide their kids through this school year.
Back to school is an exciting time for the kids to catch up with school friends, meet new children, and upgrade to the next grade. But it can also be a time with many uncertain occurrences. Often, children get involved in accidents either on the way to school or even at school. Parents should learn the basic tips for keeping safety measures in ensuring that the kids have a safe stay experience in the school times. Although there are severe forms of accidents such as school mass shootings, parents can prevent some accidents by getting committed to the kids’ safety and especially during this time of COVID-19. Below are tips to make you and your kids feel safe back to school.
Going back to school is very stressful. More so if you aren’t sure what you’ll need and what the school may expect you to have. It’s a big challenge to come up with a comprehensive shopping list because your budget limits you. That’s why you may have to pick what is most necessary.
The safety of their children has always been the number one priority of every parent. Since it is a lot easier for parents to ensure that their children are safe when they are with them, it can be pretty daunting not to be able to do that, and yet balance the scariness of the situation with giving your children the right amount of freedom so that they can exercise safety measures and just learn and experience things on their own. Well, this balance can definitely be achieved, and on that note – let’s talk about different ways for you to ensure that your child is safe at school or preschool.
As summer vacation dwindles to a close, you may be wondering how your college classroom might look this coming semester. Each semester presents different obstacles for college professors, sometimes throwing in an unexpected change to the way you need to present your lessons to your classes. If you’ve never had a hearing-impaired student in one of your classes, learning how to accommodate their learning needs might be difficult. You’ll need to reassess how you present your material, contact, and hire an interpreter and rethink how group work can be done.