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Engaging in math-related activities at home could improve a lot more than your child’s math performance, according to new research. The findings, published in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, suggest that preschoolers who engaged in number-related activities at home have higher literacy scores than their peers. Paradoxically, this means that kids who practice math tend to become better at reading.
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Source: http://www.methodschools.org/blog/10-reasons-to-enroll-your-child-in-a-school-with-small-class-sizes   Imagine how much more your child would benefit from an education in a small class. Consider how much better (s)he would learn if (s)he wasn’t just another number in a gigantic public classroom full of other students. Here are 10 benefits for students who learn in the smaller class sizes that public charter school are able to offer. These […]
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Source: https://www.livestrong.com/article/255620-why-is-math-so-important-for-kids/ Many kids ask their math teacher why learning a particular mathematical concept or skill is important. When helping kids out with their homework, many parents may wonder the same thing. Mark H. Karwan, the Dean of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University of Buffalo, points out that parental attitudes — positive or negative — can influence children’s […]
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What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the term English Language Arts (ELA)? Chances are, you remember a book you enjoyed (or didn’t enjoy!) reading, or the first oral presentation you gave.
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School choice is a nationwide movement that empowers parents by enabling them to make the best possible choice for their children’s education.
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Source: http://www.readbrightly.com/how-to-make-reading-fun-not-frustrating/   For some kids, reading is like doing the hokey pokey upside down, underwater, in a clown suit. It’s freakishly hard. And not at all fun. So it’s our job – as the ingenious parents we are – to sell it. And we can. We can help make reading fun. Fun Rule #1: Read the right books. Nothing is more discouraging […]
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Source: http://time.com/10-tech-hacks-to-help-a-struggling-reader/   Kids who struggle with reading get an early lesson in one of life’s more sucky realities; the earlier a person falls behind, the harder it is to even want to catch up. Their classmates move on to more interesting books, write stories that get noticed and get rewarded for finishing their work fast. Meanwhile the slower readers can […]
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The college enrollment rate overall is 15 percent higher for the low-income students who use Florida tax credit scholarships, the study found. That climbs to about 40 percent higher for students who use a scholarship at least four years.
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Source: http://www.teachhub.com/turn-students-passionate-readers By: Jordan Catapano As soon as someone is told to do something, it stops being fun and starts being work. No matter what it is or how enjoyable it can be for a person, as soon as they are forced to do it, it feels like a chore. Unfortunately, this is also true for reading. Reading can be such an […]
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