2 Things You Should Consider When Choosing a Summer Camp for Your Child

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Attending a summer camp is about more than having some time away from one's parents. Attending summer camp can be a formative experience. When it comes to choosing a summer camp for your child, you want to make sure you choose the right one. There are actually lots of different types of camps, which is why you need to carefully plan in order to figure out the right camp for your child.

25 June 2020

3 Tips To Help Prepare Your Child For Applied Behavioral Analysis Therapy

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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is a technique that is used to help children with behavioral issues, learning disabilities, and autism. This therapy is centered around the idea that learning experiences combined with positive reinforcements can help your child learn the skills and behaviors you need. When it comes to getting your child ready to try this new therapy version, there are specific steps you can take that will help your child adjust and get ready for this type of therapy.

25 June 2020

Is Online High School A Good Option For Your Teen?

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Choosing a school for your child to attend is a big decision. It can impact their social life, their learning experience, and even their grades. If their current district isn't working out so well, you may be wondering if it's time to make a switch to another district. Instead of moving schools, it may be a good idea to consider online education. Many children and teens take classes from the comfort of their own home, and it allows them to continue their learning.

8 May 2020

What Will You Do with Your Preschooler When This Pandemic Is Over?

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Did you use to leave your preschooler at home with a nanny or with someone you trusted? Circumstances might have changed when you had to work from home instead of going to your place of business. While you have probably loved being at home with your little child, maybe it has also given you a different perspective. You might have come to realize that your child needs more than home activities.

29 April 2020

Lesson Plans For Homeschoolers: 2nd-Grade Reading

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Whether you're homeschooling your child for a short time due to COVID-19 or you're an avid homeschool parent, it can be a good idea to get external support when it comes to creating lesson plans that will help your child succeed. Reading is a core skill that all children should have, and some children struggle with it more than others. If your homeschooled child is struggling to read in the 2nd grade, here are some 2nd-grade reading lesson plan options that you can incorporate into your homeschool routine.

29 April 2020

What Your Child Can Learn From Illustrated Teeth-Brushing Books

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Illustrated books are an effective way to teach young children about themselves and the world, as these books engage children through both words and images. If you have a young child, here's what they can learn from illustrated books that help children want to brush their teeth. See That Everyone Brushes Their Teeth The pictures in an illustrated book that helps children want to brush their teeth often show different people brushing their teeth, which demonstrates that everyone brushes their teeth.

22 April 2020

Questions To Ask When Considering Charter School Enrollment

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Enrolling in a charter school is a multi-step process, and there are several questions you should ask along the way. If you're considering charter school enrollment for one or more children, here are several questions to ask about the process. Where Do You Take Children From? Before beginning the process of charter school enrollment with a specific school, make sure the school will take children from where you live. Many schools generally serve a general geographic area, and you may want to take location into account even if there isn't an official boundary for where students can come from.

22 April 2020