These three tips will help set the right tone and motivate your child to embrace school every single day.
School can be tough, and people at all stages of life have their good and bad days. If your child is having some difficulty warming up to school, keep in mind that it is normal and nothing is wrong with your child. Sometimes all it takes for a child to start liking school is some gentle encouragement. These three tips will help set the right tone and motivate your child to embrace school every single day. (more…)
Thank you letters are a must after a fundraiser!
Congratulations on the success your child had at their last fundraiser! Before you go and celebrate with them, you should encourage them to take some time to re-thank those individuals who helped them achieve their goal! They should be taught that thank you letters are proper etiquette after a fundraiser! However, there are many adults who were never really taught how to write a thank you letter growing up. If you fall into this category, here are some tips to help your child craft perfect thank you letters! (more…)
Supporting your child’s passions can lead them to enjoy greater success!
When you care about a task, it is easier and more enjoyable to accomplish. Rather than trying to force a child who loves math to read more, you can give your child access to more numerically based materials. Ignite their passion and watch as they cultivate a love for learning. Today we’re going to be talking about how your child’s passions are going to lead to your child’s strengths and what that means for their weaker subjects. Let’s take a look. (more…)
Is your child struggling with their math skills?
The first week of school is here (or has already begun) for your little student. As they come trudging home from the bus stop with a backpack full of books, writing assignments, and math homework, how can you best support their math skills and help them flourish inside and outside of the classroom? Nowadays, math homework has changed from the simple addition and subtraction methods of your youth to more complicated systems designed to eliminate confusion for children. Here are some tips to stop the screaming and start the subtraction! (more…)
How can you help your child achieve their dreams?
Do you remember the dreams you had when you were a kid? Maybe you wanted to be a doctor or a lawyer. Maybe you wanted to be a famous actor or even the president. Ask yourself if the adults in your life worked hard to encourage you and then assess whether or not those dreams were realized. Your child, no doubt, has dreams. You can give your child the opportunity to turn their dreams into reality and here is why you should do it. (more…)