Do you remember taking the SAT when you were in high school? You may have even taken it more than once! No matter how many times you took it, it was probably not an experience that you anticipated with delight. That's probably how your high school student is feeling, too. From early preparation to getting SAT tutoring, here are some ideas on how you can help your college-bound son or daughter to get ready for the SAT.
Preschool is very important both parents and children alike. It is likely the first time that your child is going to an actual school, rather than just daycare or a playgroup. Because of this, you want it to be a good experience for them. The quality of the preschool that you send your child to plays a huge role in those. However, it can sometimes be overwhelming when you are trying to figure out what preschool is best for your child.
Learning how to read doesn't happen overnight. Chances are that your kindergarten student has been building reading and pre-reading skills for a few years by now. Reading is a sequential process, meaning that the child needs to master new skills first and then add to them. With that in mind, finding opportunities both at school and at home to practice reading and develop new skills is absolutely essential. What can you do to help your kindergartner learn to love reading, while building new abilities?
Is your child entering middle school or high school? If so, part of the fun for your child will be to be a part of the extras that schools provide. After all, while subjects like math, science, and history are important, being in extracurricular public school programs might help to make your child a more well-rounded person. Here are some ideas on how to involve your child in extracurricular activities while they attend public school.
As an educator, you often see the bad side of technology. Whether it's social media bullying or students that just can't seem to put their smartphone down during class. Remember that technology is not all bad. In fact, it can serve as an excellent tool for engaging your students and even interacting with their parents. Here are just some of the ways technology can enhance your classroom. Boost Reading Efforts