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How to Help Your Middle School Student Increase Reading Comprehension

Students who practice writing about what they read are better learners. They have higher confidence and communication skills. This reading comprehension practice is ideal for elementary and middle school students. Learn how reading and writing more can help your child become a better learner.

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How Standardized Testing Can Negatively Affects Students and Test Grades

Standardized testing comes built into nearly every American school system. But just because every student takes these test doesn't mean it has to be the center of education. Recent studies show that too much emphasis on standardized tests increases test anxiety and cripples student achievement

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Why Are Parents Who Give Their Kids more Independence Considered Bad?

Accepted parenting technics have been changing. Parenting skills are often shaped by societal and familial norms and past childhoods. Parent-child relationships have shifted from independent children to helicopter parents. Plus, parents who give their kids more freedom are labeled negligent.

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Why Worry About Math Vocabulary?

One of the most important math skills is knowing math vocabulary. These key math terms are essential in solving basic problems and understanding more advanced math. Often math anxiety stems from simply not knowing math vocabulary. In order for your child to fully succeed in math they need this skill.

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Public vs Private Schools: What's the Difference?

The new school year is coming up closer than you think. For parents of kindergarten and pre-k students there's always the question of public school versus private school. You should know the pros and cons of public education when making this decision. After all, your child's education is paramount.

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Stop Forcing Kids to Memorize Math

It's important for children to know and understand math facts by heart. The key to math memorization is understanding. If American math is only teaching memorization without understanding, your child will be lost. This leads to math anxiety and low academic performance. Math Genie has the answer.

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My Child Is Bored in School

Children all have different learning styles. Many experience advanced learning at a young age. Parents want to keep their child engaged and might try to slow their education to fit with their grade level. Advanced students always need to be challenged. It's important to never hold your child back.

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How Computer Programming Boosts Academic Skills

Computer coding will help your child's academic success in unexpected ways. It wont just boost their computer literacy but will increase their math, reading, and writing skills. When they learn computer programming they strengthen their resilience, patience and deductive reasoning. Find out more.

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Why Your Child Should Learn Computer Programming

Computer programming will help your child master discipline, logic and critical thinking. These skills are paramount in and outside the classroom. Learning basic computer literacy and computer coding prepares your child for the competitive college and workplace of the future. Find out more here.

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Consumption Versus Creation: The Good and Bad Screen Time

Is screen time good or bad? The trick is to know the difference between consumption and creation when using screens. Consumption, like video games and TV, offers no value and is harmful. Computer literacy and creation, like computer coding and programming is logic based learning and problem solving.

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