So, I take education seriously. And I take it thismuchmore seriously for children with special needs, the children who’s parents need accurate information about the legal hoops they’re required to jump through. And then I read this in Parents Magazine: “If you think your child needs more help than she’s getting in school, you can inquire about having […]
I’m a guest blogger! Woohoo! Several other education or military family related blogs will be featuring guest posts from MilKids in the very near future. And here is the first one: Tutors by Base. You should check it out to see whether I recommend a private tutor or a corporate center. Hint: It’s not the […]
At a new school? What to tell your child’s teacher on Day 1.
Summer is supposed to be a break from learning, and therefore a break from reading. But letting education slide over the summer can set your child back in September. Summer slide is when a child loses previously acquired academic skills or knowledge over a lengthy break.
Moving to a brand new place every three or so years is just life. We arrive, we live, we pack, we move. It can be super easy to get caught up in the day-to-day stuff that we forget to explore our new hometowns.
Tis the season! Moving house is tough, especially when it happens every three or so years. It’s hard for school-aged kids: saying good-bye to ALL their friends leaving their school and teachers having to make new friends going to a brand new school, all alone But there are ways to make it easier
But that doesn’t mean that your student should stop learning! In fact, studies have shown that a student who reads over the summer will return to school in the fall with less regression.