Throughout their lives, people grow by adapting and reacting to their environments. For example, think about a child who’s climbing a tree in the middle of summer. He’s learning physical coordination and practicing calculated risk. Different environments offer different opportunities for learning through experimentation and observation.
Rules and Goals for Kids Learning Online
The pandemic taught us to always be prepared – students and parents now must be ready to move learning online at a moment’s notice. Some families are even choosing virtual schools permanently. Whichever situation describes your family, you’ll want to give your kids their best chance at success.
How To Help Your Kid Organize An Awesome School Dance Party
If your child is in charge of organizing the school dance party, it can be a daunting task. There are a lot of things to think about, from the music to the decorations. But with a little bit of help from mom and dad, your child can easily organize an awesome dance party that will have everyone excited. This blog post will give you some tips on how to help your child plan and execute an amazing dance party at school.
Ways to Make Your Student Housing Experience Better
Student housing can be an integral part of a student’s college experience. It allows you to develop close connections with classmates who can support you during difficult times. However, sometimes students find themselves in a poor living situation that hinders their educational efforts and personal growth instead of helping them. If this sounds like your situation, read on to uncover ways you can improve your student housing experience!
How to Help Your Special Needs Child With Back-to-School Prep
Back-to-school time is a big adjustment period for every family, but it can be an incredibly challenging time for a child living with special needs. Here are 10 tips to help your special needs child prepare to return to school.
How Students Can Use Their Smartphones to Study Better
Smartphones are great study tools. Many educators believe smartphones in the classroom are a distraction and don’t qualify as a study tool. We forget that smartphones are a staple among teenagers and older students. It’s hard to separate them from their phones.
10 Ways to Help Your Child Prepare for College
Getting ready to attend college is one of the most exciting, yet stressful times in a person’s life. If you have a child who is getting ready to enter their college years there are many things you can do in order to help them make a seamless and smooth transition. Following are ten ways you can help your child prepare for college.
5 Reasons Why it’s Important to Filter Student’s Web Searches
Schools have special needs for content screening. You can limit access to certain websites, but you also are able to block access on devices that you control and those you do not. Additionally, with the growth of remote learning, the gadgets you own often leave the premises, complicating security.
5 Ways to Keep Kids Learning During the Summer
School is out for summer, but that doesn’t mean your children should stop learning. Informal learning both indoors and out over the summer months can keep your children from experiencing what teachers call the “Summer Slide” or brain drain.
Why Extracurricular Activities Are Important for Your Child
Children go to school to acquire new knowledge and, ultimately, achieve academic success. All of this is supposed to lead to choosing an appropriate career and thriving in every way. But to grow into stable, confident adults, they need to also have the chance to learn outside the standard framework of an educational curriculum. Extracurricular activities are vital for children’s development, and participating in them regularly can help kids cope with stress, strengthen their social relationships, develop their personalities, and improve academic skills. Let’s dive deeper into these benefits.