Learning is a slow, steady, and oh, so personal process. It marks points in our kids’ maturity and lives without any interest in uniformity or really, convenience.
A mom needs help teaching her child effective homework skills, especially when there are younger ones around whose homework is to distract their older sibling.
To say the high school goal is to graduate is much like saying one’s career goal is to be successful; both are temporal.
I’m worried something isn’t quite “right” with my daughter, but her school keeps finding excuses for not evaluating our concerns. Where do I turn for help?
I like to work smart and sometimes we need some techniques to help us learn, or just remember so we can look smarter than our fifth grader. Here’s a list of the mnemonics that I think every parent should know.