Improve Your Child’s Reading Skills Test Scores
In 2015, only 36% of the United States’ fourth grade students performed at or above the “proficient” level in reading in national reading assessments. Although these assessments are only one part of the full picture of student performance, they indicate that, on the whole, elementary students need additional reading support. After all, reading skills affect […]
Creative Math Help for the Atypical Student
“Average” is only for numbers. Some students need a more customized and creative math approach. Traditional math instruction is designed for “traditional” students. But, what if your student has learning differences and needs remedial math guidance. Or, what about kids especially savvy with numbers who need gifted math intervention? Out-of-the-box learners need a more custom-made […]
Seeking Skill Building and Supplemental Educational Resources?
Find them at your next homeschool convention Homeschool families know that homeschool conventions are a treasure trove of information. Homeschool families who are in a “good place” with their homeschool and curriculum can still benefit from their local annual event. If your student is in a traditional school setting, attending one is eye-opening and beneficial […]
3 Ways to Grow Your Child’s Foreign Language Skills
The time had finally come and we were ready for our family vacation to Mexico. After the 6-hour flight, we finally landed and made our way to baggage claim to collect our belongings. As we stepped outside to catch a ride to our hotel, I saw a man yell, “Necesitas que te lleven?” I didn’t […]