Your daughter or son has a math test coming up next week. How can you help them build the right Academic Coaching skills to study and practice properly?
The TOC Blog
With the March Break coming up fast, it’s time to start planning activities to keep your child engaged over the short break.
With one of the coldest winters in recent memory, it is tough to think that summer is just around the corner. Even though there are several months of school remaining, planning ahead and choosing the right summer camp for your child can take time to do research and ensure the camp’s programs meet your daughter or son’s needs.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, parents and children alike are starting to think about what they will take to school to hand out to their friends. Homemade DIY Valentine’s Day cards are a personal and thoughtful way of showing someone how much you appreciate their friendship. Making Valentine cards is also a great way for young kids to practice handwriting while exercising their creative skills.
Spending 15 minutes a day enjoying a literacy activity is a great way to reinforce a positive attitude around reading. The more frequently you read as a family, the more your children will gravitate naturally to reading!