Teach your child how to read.

Reading books aloud is one of the best ways you can help your child learn to read. This can be fun for you, too. The more excitement you show when you read a book, the more your child will enjoy it. The most important thing to remember is to let your child set her ownContinue reading “Teach your child how to read.”

The benefits of reading as a teen

Reading as a teen leads to success. When teens read more than just their classroom assignments, research clearly shows that they generally do well in school. First of all, the extra reading expands their vocabularies. It also shows them how different writers put down their thoughts leading to better writing skills. And teens who readContinue reading “The benefits of reading as a teen”

TEACH A CHILD THE RIGHT PATH

It is not your fault if you have taught your child good beha­viour and they do not turn out the way you expected. Children of the same parents are different people. They deal with pressure differently. You may treat them the same, but it depends on their character how they implement what you have taughtContinue reading “TEACH A CHILD THE RIGHT PATH”

Talking About School With Kids and Teens.

Key points Talking about school with your child is important. It shows you’re interested in your child’s life and value education. You can start a conversation about school with your child by picking a good time to talk and asking simple, positive and specific questions. As your child gets closer to finishing school, talking aboutContinue reading “Talking About School With Kids and Teens.”

HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD WITH DYSLEXIA

Okay, let’s start by defining dyslexia in simple terms, so we all have a better understanding of what this disorder really is. Basically, dyslexia isn’t one disorder, it’s a term used to describe a group of disorders all of which involve a child who finds it hard to read words, letters and symbols and coherentlyContinue reading “HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD WITH DYSLEXIA”

Homeschool Advice

Some tips for teaching your kids at home: 1. Keep in touch with teachers. Ask the teacher if you have to strictly follow the curriculum given, or if you have the freedom to adjust the schedule. Teachers can also give you tips on how to effectively facilitate your kids’ learning. They can also get youContinue reading “Homeschool Advice”