Getting children enthusiastic about schoolwork can be tricky, especially if they have difficulty concentrating in class. We’ve curated the top 6 tools motivating young children to learn.
As a parent, how can you ensure that your child’s home learning environment has optimal ergonomics to prevent health problems?
The most common reason children struggle with reading is they do not comprehend what they read. Here are ways to help with reading comprehension.
Understanding possible reasons why children struggle with math can help improve your chances of helping them. Here’s how.
Decided to try homeschooling and dreading the first day? Try these 10 tips for activities that will set the tone for your time ahead and inspire your children to learn.
How can we make cursive make sense to readers — even if they don’t write cursive? A new book, READ CURSIVE FAST, tackles the neglected issue.
This pandemic is no match for the tools, checklist, resources, and advice available for your family online. Here are five ways to ensure at-home school success!
With schools around the country closed due to COVID-19, as a parent, what can you do to help your kids learn, support their well-being, and build independent learning strategies? Study.com has some great resources on their website to share.
It can be difficult sometimes to encourage children to read, but it’s rewarding when kids are excited about reading books. Here are some helpful ways to start your own kids’ book club.
Even with the increasing use of technology, many people believe that it continues to be important for children to learn cursive handwriting. The argument can be made that even if one doesn’t believe it’s necessary for children to write in cursive, it’s still important for them to be able to read cursive. Because reading and writing are reciprocal processes, learning to write in cursive will then help a child to read cursive.