Visual learners occasionally need special attention when it comes to learning techniques. As with all children, learning to read is simply an exercise in following proven formulas for success. However, visual learners in particular need to follow a process when it...
Great writing skills start right at home. Sometimes, the simple items that you have sitting around the house are all you need to begin building learning skills that last a lifetime. NoTimeForFlashcards.com founder Allison McDonald came up with this quick and easy reading activity for kids that teaches basic rhyme – while also providing a fun time! Check out these simple steps below.
Children love to run around and play. Sports provide opportunities for our young learners to grow – physically and mentally. If your children enjoy being involved with sports, ThrivingFamily.com’s Carey Casey has provided us with the six important character qualities that are found when teaching children through sports.
When that school bell rings on Friday afternoon, students are beyond excited to begin their weekends. Television, video games and fun with friends leads the agenda in their minds, with a slight bit of homework peppered in somewhere. They already dread homework as it is, so how else can you keep education fresh in their young minds? Educational scavenger hunts for your children are one of the best ways to sneak some learning into their weekend of fun!
As educators, one of our biggest challenges is to pique the interest of students that become disinterested. Much like a “choose your own adventure” book, there are an endless amount of options to get you to (what you hope is) your end goal.
As we head closer to the holiday season, we’d like to tell you about an entirely different reason to give thanks – for the gift of reading! November is the month that hosts National Young Readers Week, a special time for parent and child alike.
Here at Take Pride Learning, we’re up around the clock celebrating National Young Readers Week! If this is the first time that you’re learning about (one of) our favorite weeks of the year, read below for all the information you need to need to start celebrating!