1. How To Enhance Your Child’s Listening Skills

    Look, learn, and listen is something that you learn early on in life. As a parent, you probably tell your child frequently to look and listen when they cross the street or if they are reading a particularly difficult book and need to sound something out. If you don’t learn to listen when you are young, then you could end up missing out on a lot of information. From picking up on social cues to t…Read More

  2. Activities To Try This Holiday Season

    The holiday season is filled with lots of baking and time with family and your kids. If you’re lucky enough to get to take time off during the holiday season, then you’re probably excited to spend a few days with your children. Your children are excited to get away from school and to spend time with you and your spouse. At our learning center, even though it’s the holiday season, we encourag…Read More

  3. Educational Gifts For Your Learner

    With the holidays approaching, it can be difficult to figure out a present to buy for your child that has a nice balance of learning and fun. With so many technological advances in our society, it can be difficult to figure out what to get your child. While you want to make sure that it’s something they’ll enjoy, you always want to ensure that they’ll learn from it. By exploring some educati…Read More

  4. Books For Your Young Reader – Part Two

    In Books For Your Young Reader - Part One, we went over some great books our learning center recommends to help your young reader strengthen his or her reading skills. It’s essential that a youngster starts reading early on not only to enhance their reading skills, but to also focus on reading comprehension, picking up on cues, and even listening skills if you read out loud to your child. Readin…Read More

  5. Books For Your Young Reader – Part One

    Reading is something that comes to some as easy and others as hard. At our learning center, we’ve dealt with students of all reading levels. Some kids take to it easily and struggle in other areas, and other kids find reading difficult. Reading isn’t just the act of putting words together. It also is understanding what you’re reading and using context clues to figure out what lies behind the…Read More

  6. Help Your Child Do Well On Tests With These Tips

    Now that the leaves are beginning to change and you’re pulling out the fall jackets from the depths of your coat closet, it’s time to start thinking about school. Your child has probably been enrolled for a few weeks and they are surely already loaded down with homework. You’ve probably had to berate them a few times to get themselves into gear to do their homework and study for some upcomin…Read More

  7. Prepare Your Child To Go Back To School With These Tips

    Now that it’s Mid-August it’s time to start thinking about heading back to school. The summer was long, fun, and hot, but now that it’s winding down it’s time to start thinking about the upcoming year. You might have a vacation or two to take before school is back in session, but now that we’re a week or two into August there’s no escaping reality. You might be excited to have your chi…Read More

  8. Keep The Learning Going This Summer

    A child’s brain is like a sponge, which is why it is important to encourage them to continue learning during the summer. Most kids forget what they’ve learned in the previous school year because they don’t exercise their brain during the summer. We know it’s unrealistic to expect your child who has learned all year long to do some math problems or to write a book report, but to encourage t…Read More

  9. What To Know About Kinder-Prep

    Your child is growing up. He or she can walk on their own, they can feed themselves, and they are learning how to read. It must be time for kindergarten! Kindergarten, in comparison to when you were younger, is a lot different than taking naps, eating snacks, and learning to read. Now kindergarten is a preparation for the rest of school where homework is assigned and many schools have eliminated n…Read More

  10. How To Encourage Your Child To Do Their Homework

    How many times have you fought with your child about doing his or her homework? Your child comes home from school and instead of doing any homework, they play videogames, watch TV, or play on the iPad. No matter what you do, you can’t figure out a way to get your child to disengage from their toys or technology to concentrate on doing their school work. If your child is struggling in school and …Read More