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What do you do for a child that is not doing well in school? How do you determine if he or she has a learning disability that will put them behind in school or make learning a struggle for the rest of their educational careers? I have four kids, one of which has a very tough time learning. We have worked with several professionals to determine what was causing the problems that he was having and to find ways to make learning easier for him. If you have a child that is going through a tough time trying to learn, visit my blog.

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5 Tips For Helping Your Child Do Better In School
15 July 2016

All parents want to see their children succeed in

Moving To A New Town And Teen Starting Private School Mid-Year? Tips To Get Them Through
10 March 2016

If you are moving to a new town, and your teen wil

3 Reasons Montessori High School Students Spend More Time In Nature
30 December 2015

When Maria Montessori created the Montessori metho

2 Great Reasons To Choose A Private School For Your Kids
30 June 2015

By the time your child has finished preschool and

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5 Tips For Helping Your Child Do Better In School

All parents want to see their children succeed in school. If your child is struggling with certain subjects or does not seem to have a zest for learning, it can be very upsetting. As a parent, you can do a few things to improve your child's educational experience. Here are five tips for helping your child do better in school: Make Sure Your Child Eats a Good Breakfast A nutritious breakfast is critical to a child's success in school. Read More 

Moving To A New Town And Teen Starting Private School Mid-Year? Tips To Get Them Through

If you are moving to a new town, and your teen will be moving to a new private school, this can be a difficult time for them. It is an even more difficult time if they will be starting their new school in the middle of the year. To help your teen get through this time, follow the tips below. Arrange a Visit Contact the school official to see if you can arrange for your child to visit the school for at least one day. Read More 

3 Reasons Montessori High School Students Spend More Time In Nature

When Maria Montessori created the Montessori method, she concentrated on young learners. Many Montessori schools offer only the traditional Montessori learning groups, from age 0-14, and there are limited options for a full K-12 Montessori education. However, if you do find a Montessori high school in your area, you may be surprised by the number of field trips your child takes or the location of the school. While you might assume that the Montessori method would encourage teenagers to be active in a thriving city, there are several reasons why the Montessori method works well in remote areas for older learners. Read More 

2 Great Reasons To Choose A Private School For Your Kids

By the time your child has finished preschool and is ready to move on to an elementary program, you might find yourself torn between public and private institutions. However, there is a reason that some people tend to gravitate towards the private sector. Here are two great reasons to choose a private school for your kids, and how it might help them in the long run: 1: Higher Teacher to Student Ratios Read More