Choosing To Invest In Education

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Choosing To Invest In Education

As soon as my kids were old enough to go to school, I knew that I had to do something to help them to improve their education. They were going to class, but I could tell that some of the lessons weren't sinking in. Instead of assuming that their teachers would figure it out, I started focusing on teaching them what they needed to know in order to advance through school. It was incredible to see how much of a difference those simple actions made. Within a few short months, our kids were performing better in class, trying harder to learn difficult concepts, and succeeding. Read this blog to learn more about investing in education.

How To Help Your Child Approach Homework From A Biblical Perspective

4 August 2016
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Most kids are not too enthusiastic about being assigned homework. After a day of learning at school, a child is likely going to be ready to play! It's a good idea to let a child have a break after school, but homework should probably be planned early in the afternoon so the child doesn't have it hanging over their head all night. When you invest in sending your child to a Christian school, you give them an advantage in their education and encourage them to develop their faith. Read More …

3 Ways Your Young Special Needs Child Can Benefit From Tumbling Classes This Summer

2 June 2016
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you have a young child with special needs, you should consider signing them up for a tumbling class or tumbling camp this summer. Classes for young students are not geared towards Olympic style gymnastics; they are fun experiences that expose children to the wide world of gymnastics and allow them to learn more about what their bodies can do. Here are a few benefits of tumbling classes for young children with special needs. Read More …

Three Tips For Studying English As A Second Language

5 May 2016
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

American English has long been said to be one of the most difficult languages to learn. That reputation has led many people to hesitate when it comes to learning it. The truth is that many of the things you may have heard aren't necessarily true. Before you dismiss your opportunity to learn so you can pass the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), you should know these facts about learning English as a second language. Read More …

3 Excellent Ways To Prepare Your Child For Kindergarten

16 March 2016
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Kindergarten is going to be a big change for your child, but one that is likely very exciting and fun for them. However, because they are going to be put in a new environment and will be spending a great deal of time learning, it can be beneficial for you to do certain things with them before they start kindergarten. This article will discuss 3 excellent ways to prepare your child for kindergarten. Read More …

3 Ways As A Parent You Can Help Your Struggling Reader At Home

11 January 2016
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If your child is struggling with reading due to a learning difference or ability, you can help them with their reading by providing support at home as well. Here are a few ways you can support your struggling reader at home. #1 Set Small, Achievable Goals Do not overwhelm your child with lofty goals. Set, small, achievable goals so that your child can feel successful and like they are making progress. Read More …