Parent-teacher conferences can be stressful for both parents and teachers, but these simple guidelines will make it an easy process.
With the school year coming to an end in the next couple of months, your spring parent-teacher conferences are on the horizon. Now that the year is almost over and you’ve established a relationship with your child’s teacher, you want to brush-up before you meet with them again. Parent-teacher conferences can be stressful for both parents and teachers, but these simple guidelines will make it an easy process. (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…)