If your child is struggling to read, he may have a reading disability called dyslexia.
With virtual education firmly in place while many D.C. metropolitan area public school districts are closed to in-person learning, many parents have chosen to use learnin
How to Work From Home With Kids During COVID-19
A Checklist That Will Ensure Proper Tutor Selection
Are you considering homeschooling your kids? Whether you’ve tried it during this time of social distancing and now are considering it full time, want to supplement your
When selecting an early childhood program for a preschooler, parents have many options. Some programs are “academically rigorous.” Children sit at desks or tables and
Every parent has that one trick up their sleeve that helps make life just a little simpler in the midst of a hectic school year. Read on for some of their best tips, clev
Tell-me-about-it Being quarantined at home to avoid the novel coronavirus means parents are understandably stretched to their limit. Instead of having 14 separate jobs (e
Teaching your child how to do two-digit addition or about World War II is important. But those are limited skills and facts. Teaching your child to love learning offers t
“For the last time, get off the computer!” ” If you don’t put that joystick down, you’ll have no thumbs by the time you’re 30!”
What better day to celebrate Read Across America Day than on the March 2nd birthday of the beloved Dr. Seuss? It’s the perfect kickoff to March’s National Mar
It happens to everyone at some point. “What? The test is tomorrow?!” Students have busy schedules and dropping the ball once or twice is understandable. Howev
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