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Homework 101: Tips for Better Study Skills

2 Sep, 2016

As a parent, you know the importance of completing homework and strong study skills, yet many kids don’t know where to begin. To avoid the constant nagging, battles, and lost papers, it’s time to get your kids organized. After all, there’s no reason for both you and your kids to dread school.   Here’s how…

Tips for Coaching Youth Sports: The Imagery-Language Connection for Sports

26 Aug, 2016

Did you recently volunteer for a coaching position? Have you coached before? Are you tired of yelling at your team but don’t know how to get them to follow directions? Do you want this year to be a more positive experience for you and your players? If you answered yes to any of these questions,…

Imagine Better School-Day Mornings: Tips for Back-to-School

19 Aug, 2016

  Perhaps your kids just spent the summer at camp. Or they spent long hours in the pool or at the beach. Maybe lazy days were spent reconnecting with friends and family. Regardless, the back-to-school transition may be a big change for your family. Why not take this opportunity to establish new habits that contribute…

Ready or Not, Here Comes School: Tips for Your Young Learner

8 Jul, 2016

A generation ago, kindergarten days were filled with activities like finger painting, “Hide-and-Go-Seek”, making friends and learning to be peaceful at nap time.   And, while reading and spelling may have been introduced in first grade, there was nothing like today’s pressure for students to be performing according to grade-level standards. Sure, there is still…

Tips for Parents of Kids with a Comprehension Weakness: The Imagery-Language Connection at Home

17 Jun, 2016

When a student has an identified comprehension weakness, parents might pursue help for their academics. Unfortunately, language comprehension troubles can affect family life, too.   A primary cause of language comprehension problems is difficulty creating an imagined gestalt. This is called weak concept imagery. This weakness causes individuals to get only “parts” of information they…

I Hate Reading!: Tips for Helping Your (very) Reluctant Reader

6 May, 2016

  Do you have a child who would rather wash the dishes or help with the laundry than read a book? Do you have to beg and plead with them to sit down and read, whether it’s for school or fun? Maybe they even say they “hate reading.”   It’s hard to know how to…

Decoding Your Child’s Report Card

15 Apr, 2016

What’s really going on with your child’s performance in the classroom? How can you know if they are performing to their potential? Are they ready for next year’s more strenuous curriculum? Learn more about understanding your child’s report card.

Skip Flu Season this Year: Key Advice You’ve Never Heard

14 Dec, 2015

Check out this critical advice from learning experts, Lindamood-Bell, on how to check if your child really comprehends what’s going on when we wash up.

Holiday Survival Tips

17 Nov, 2015

For kids, the sensory overload from increased activities and altered schedules often triggers stress and outbursts. For kids with learning challenges, changes to the usual routine can be especially disruptive.

Parent Teacher Conferences

9 Nov, 2015

Parent-teacher conferences can be stressful. We are here to help with a Winter Break Special.

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