Your preschooler’s mind is like a sponge, eager to explore and understand. Take advantage of this time in your child’s life to give him a thirst for life-long learning.
Education: Homeschool & Online
Want to give your child a personalized education? Read on!
TN Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia 200 N. Baird Lane, Murfreesboro MTSU Box 397 494-8880 • mtsu.edu/dyslexia Assist K – 12 students with dyslexia, their teachers and their families. Services are free or at very low cost to all Tennessee residents. They also create public awareness about dyslexia, offer assessments for dyslexia,… Read more »
You can’t fight a battle against technology when it comes to reading. Embrace reading WHERE YOUR KIDS ARE AT. It may be time for an Ereader, Mom and Dad.
The teacher is talking to you about your child’s attention problem … visions of Ritalin dance in your head … but wait. Before jumping to conclusions, take a look at what you can do to help your child naturally.
“So, what’s it going to be,” I asked my 4-year-old daughter. “Me or a normal education?” It was August, l995, and the two of us were sitting in the parking lot of the nearby elementary school where my daughter, Nova, was scheduled to begin her tenure as a student that fall. “Homeschool,” replied a confident… Read more »
Today’s educational choices go way beyond the little red schoolhouse. Parents need to know the differences in order to choose what’s best for their kids.
A parent is almost automatically a good teacher because there is no one else who has a greater desire for a child to succeed than his or her own parent.
When Kathy O’Sullivan’s son, Davis, came home from fourth grade day-after-day discouraged and dreading the next day of school, she knew it was more than just a light opposition to education.
Some kids love words and English and writing in journals. Others love doing math problems but detest English. Some kids are athletic beyond the rest. Our kids’ brains are all different, so we need to take the educational lead from them.