Are you thinking about sending your child to a Montessori school? Here are just a few awesome things you and your little one can expect from this program: An Independent Environment Because Montessori schools tailor their environments to the specific characteristics of the children who attend them, a structure is created that helps kids learn how to address their own personal needs and make their own decisions without fear of negative consequences.
20 December 2016
If you have plans to start a career as an electrician, you may already know that the profession is growing faster than other occupations. While you can make a decent living as an electrician, one way to increase your wage potential is to obtain training in a growing specialty such as green energy and energy-efficient electrical installations. If you are at the beginning of your electrician training, you can incorporate courses in these topics in your studies.
13 December 2016
Whether you are fresh out of high school or are starting college after a long absence, preparing yourself for the journey ahead will help you gain the most from the experience. Spend a few weeks developing a strategy to prepare yourself for the academic challenge. Brush Up On Fundamental Concepts When possible, you should consider spending a few weeks before the semester starts enrolling in college preparatory work. These courses may be offered through private organizations or by your college.
13 December 2016
Many parents use the terms preschool and pre-K interchangeably, mistakenly believing they are the same thing. While they are similar in many ways, the also differ in some significant ways. Generally, attending preschool is entirely optional and you are free to choose any preschool you wish. But, when it comes to pre-K, your school district may require attendance in its program before your child is allowed to enter kindergarten. Understanding the differences between the two will help you prepare for your little one's transition into the educational system.
8 December 2016
When the time comes to teach your teen to drive, it's normal to feel some level of anxiety. After all, with more than 2,000 teens killed in car accidents in 2013, it's natural for parents to worry. What you may be surprised to find is that your teen could also be suffering with anxiety over the process. If you talk with your child and he or she seems worried, there are a few things that you can do to help.
7 December 2016
When you were growing up, you may or may not have gone to preschool, but chances are that if you did, your parents just chose a preschool that was convenient to their location or that their friends had children in as well. And if you didn't go to preschool, the odds are that it didn't make much – or any – difference to your overall school career. In today's educational system, however, not only are there a wider variety of preschool programs to choose from, the choice is more important than it used to be.
7 December 2016
Kids with dyslexia often have a difficult time in school because this learning disability makes it harder to do math problems, write, spell and read because the brain has trouble translating images like numbers and letters. It's one of the more common learning disabilities. It's often present along with other disabilities, such as ADHD, making it particularly common in ADHD schools. There are a number of tips which can be used to make learning easier for dyslexia students.
28 July 2016
As a parent of a child with asthma, you have to be vigilant about your child's health in every setting. If your child attends day care, managing your child's asthma can be challenging, but very possible. Here are some tips you can use to ensure your child remains healthy while in a child care environment. Create an Asthma Treatment Plan Although you already have an asthma treatment plan to follow at home, you need to create a new one for your child care provider.
28 April 2016