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Links to Educational Websites
SA Kids - Tania, 12 Apr 2016

I have been asked by numerous parents to help with educational activities for small kids that stay at home with Mom. I will keep adding links, so please keep coming back and please forward me your / child's favourite educational site links.  Here's a very good...

TOP GCSE REVISION TIPS FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS
JUSTIN CRAIG GCSE, 17 Mar 2015

GETTING READY FOR REVISION ORGANISE YOURSELF EARLY When it comes to revision, slow and steady wins the race. Look at when each exam is due to take place, then create a revision timetable that prioritises the subjects you’ll be tested on first. You should also include your...

Pronunciation
THE VOICE CLINIC, 13 Nov 2013

EFFECTIVE TRAINING AND PRACTISE WILL IMPROVE YOUR PRONUNCIATION If English is not your native language, it is important to develop a concern for pronunciation. “Second language speakers must recognize that poor, unintelligible speech will make their attempts at conversing frustrating and unpleasant both for themselves and for their...

6 Fun, Unique Gift Ideas for Your Child's School Teacher
Marie Hunter, 31 Oct 2013

Though the tried and true “apple for teacher” has long been a favorite theme in the world of teachers’ gifts, it has also left many an elementary school teacher’s desk cluttered with a plethora of apple-themed picture frames and coffee mugs. With the holidays fast...

Help Your Child Improve Study Skills
Lois Bernstein, 4 Sep 2009

You can help your child improve study skills and do better in school. The following 4 steps to will help your child improve grades and develop self confidence. 1. Organization In my years as a classroom teacher I noticed many students lack organizational skills when it came...

Good Readers Do Better in School
Good Readers Do Better in School, 4 Sep 2009

The importance of being a good reader cannot be underestimated. It's well known that good readers do better in school. The role of the parent is critical to ensure their children not only read, but enjoy it as well. I've been an avid reader since...

Free printable games
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Ritu_De_Sharma, 3 Jun 2009

Free printable games are a revolutionary an innovative way to learn and enjoy at the same time. These Games are easily accessible in a printable form with just a touch of button. One does not need to access online to play games. The online games...

daily reading log
Abby M. Perry , 8 Apr 2009

A required daily reading log is common practice in today's classrooms. However, many parents and students dread this daily reading time as it is often the source of household tension and tears. But parents hold the key to the success of this very valuable homework...

School readiness
Melanie Hartgill, 23 Oct 2008

School readiness Ó Written by: Melanie HartgillEducational PsychologistPr. no. 0860000115134   The most common question involved in the assessment of young children is whether the child is developing normally. Is this child showing the signs of development one might normally expect at this age? This question of normal...

Tips for Teaching Autistic Children Reading Skills
Rachel Evans, 19 Jun 2007

Teaching autistic children reading skills can be a daunting task. Some children will never read, but many higher functioning children can learn to some extent and can end up being excellent readers. Teaching autistic children to read has a very unique set of challenges that requires...

Using Jigsaw Puzzles To Enrich Your Child
Jake Jenkins, 23 May 2007

For years, jigsaw puzzles have been sold as educational. They are said to do wonders for one's mood and brain. But how much of this claim is true and how much is only marketing ploy? What Educators Say Jigsaw puzzles are somewhat food for the...

Going back to school
Heather Waldman, BA, MA, 10 Jan 2007

It's school time again! You're probably feeling excited and maybe a little sad that summer is over. Some kids feel nervous or a little scared on the first day of school because of all the new things: new teachers, new friends, and maybe even a...

Home Schooling
Theocentric Christian Education, 10 Jan 2007

  The Guided System of Home and Private Education Kindergarten to Matric Are you worried about the following regarding your childs education? The introduction of interfaith and humanism. The need for instruction based on Christian values and principles. A decline in the academic standards. Moral decay and lack of...