Kids are naturally curious. Even as babies, they’re constantly learning as they take in sights, sounds, and smells. If you’ve had kids go through the toddler years, you’ve probably heard the word “why” more times than you could count! It’s natural for your children to question the ways of the world. But if that curiosity were to stop, as it does in some people, you might be wondering how to encourage child curiosity once more. You can be a significant influence on your child’s love for learning. There are so many ways to instill a love of learning in your kids, and with a few simple strategies, you’ll find your children asking “why” once more.
Technology is rapidly changing the way we conduct our everyday activities, and learning has not been left out. Today, students do not have to be in physical classrooms owing to the countless innovative eLearning resources available. Whether you’re a student, parent, or teacher, here’re the top five eLearning resources that you should take advantage of today based on the specific discipline you’re looking for.
Educational norms have changed this past year since the beginning of Covid-19, but the need to prepare out r children for school hasn’t changed. For you parents with children learning remotely shopping for school supplies has become easier. Some of the usual must-have supplies such as a book bag can be removed from the list as it isn’t needed. However, what about the children that are returning to the school building? You parents who are sending your children to school, the school supply list has changed. For both the education and safety, of your child there are five main school supplies that are necessary for children of all grades.
There are many odds and ends to see to when sending your child away to college. It will be their first time away and independent of you, and that can be worrisome. Here are a few things you can do to set your mind at ease.
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.