Do you know your child’s preferred learning style? Does your daughter tend to memorize information after simply reading it? Does your son enjoy building detailed Lego kits? These behaviors are often indicators of learning preferences. Identifying a child’s learning style is important to ensuring the best chance for academic success.
The world around us is changing, every second, every minute, every hour and every day. It’s important for us as leaders of our households to stay in the know and inspire our children to do the same. However, it’s a little more difficult for us to intrigue our little ones. After all, our children are more interested in basketball, cheerleading or even that new SpongeBob episode.
School bells soon will ring once again. Whether that comes as music to your ears or a bittersweet reminder that free-spirited summer days are over, check out these tips from the pros to help you and your child enjoy a smart, happy start to school.
Are super-achieving students born or made? Research overwhelmingly confirms that the common denominator between gifted students is found within their habits, not their DNA.
Sending your child to preschool at age 3 can be a great thing, but it is not the only option. Choosing to homeschool preschool is a great alternative and can be very attainable. Before making this decision, consider these things: