Study & Learning Tips for Parents & Students
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How to Help Your Child Perform Better in School Parents have much to do with their child’s success in school. From establishing daily routines to helping with homework, parent involvement plays a key role in a child’s academic achievements. The following article explains how parents can help their kids do better at school.
Math Made Easy Through Chocolate Chip Cookies Does your child find it difficult to write and multiply fractions? You can help them learn the rules for multiplying fractions at home with simple hands-on activities. Find out how to make it easy and understandable by using a good recipe and a measuring cup.
Fraction Fun: Help Your Child Understand Fractions at Home Does your child find it difficult to write and understand a fraction? You can provide fraction help at home using simple hands-on activities for fraction fun! Make it simple and understandable to create fractions and even equivalent fractions using an egg carton and a chocolate chip recipe.
Mental Exercises to Improve Your IQ Want to improve your IQ? You may be able to do so through the practice of mental exercises and Yoga breathing methods. Use these exercises to become calmer, more patient and focused on your studies.
Speak Up! Tips for Oral Presentations in High School Speaking in front of a group is one of the most common fears among students. You can conquer this fear, or at least manage it, by following some simple tips for oral presentations. These tips will help you inform, not bore, your audience in your high school classes.
Learning to Read with the Er-u-di-tion Game Games make learning fun! If you are looking for games to help your child learn sight words, look no further than Er-u-di-tion. Here, students of all levels will recognize letters, identify letter sounds and begin reading basic sight words...all in the name of fun! Read on to learn more.
Kindergartener Writing Prompts With these Kindergarten writing ideas, parents and teachers will find several activities for writing practice. They can create writing areas and writing experiences using household items. Students will have so much fun, they may not realize how much writing practice they are receiving.