6 Estimation Stations That Will Help Your Students Fall in Love With Math (and Help Them Beef Up Their Estimation Skills)
The Community Classroom Blog
10 educational, teacher-recommended math games that all use a deck of cards to build skills in counting, fractions, addition, place value.
Grab your walking shoes and your toddlers-teens and head to downtown Northampton on September 21 for a free Literacy Scavenger Hunt (with prizes for participants).
How do you measure a year for a new business? We’re revealing all the juicy anniversary stats and taking a moment to thank our community, tutors, and clients.
Here are nine fun facts about To The Core: An Education Podcast for Parents, including what furry creatures were present for recording and how the idea came about.
We’ve noticed a handful of themes with parents throughout the past months shadowed by the clouds of the pandemic. It’s great insight into our public schools—and we hope they can make some shifts.
Learning Support for Parents and Caregivers A New Education Podcast for Parents Featuring Local Parents, Educators, and State Teachers of the Year FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 17, 2021 New Podcast Release featuring Local Western Massachusetts Parents and Educators To...
Why the negative stigma around tutoring? Here are 5 facts from history and research that will change your mind.
Why positive self-talk matters to our children when learning new skills (and how we can help our kids develop it as parents and caregivers).
We work as parents and educators to develop independence and courage in our children. But it can be beautiful and heartbreaking to let go.
Try these three tips at home to help prevent your daughter from developing math anxiety (while increasing her mathematical confidence!).
Ever wonder what defines a highly effective tutor-student relationship? We’ve done the research and developed an evidence-based system to ensure it.
How do you keep your child reading this summer? Try these 5 tips to keep your child in the books.
Curated, teacher-recommended educational field trips for families in western Massachusetts to keep the summer learning going.
Explore 7 teacher-recommended math games for your kids to play outside that you can create using recycled objects around the house. These will help your kids engage in math, get exercise outdoors, and repurpose recycling.
Looking for some light summer learning fun to help your young reader? Check out these teacher-recommended reading games to help your child develop stronger decoding skills.
An online, Digital Art Camp for children who are rising 3rd-6th graders, hosted by The Community Classroom. August 16th-20th, 10-12 pm EST.
Personal one-on-one coaching sessions for teens needing a plan for successfully navigating the 2021-2022 school year, facilitated by 2014 Missouri Teacher of the Year and Community Classroom Academic Coach Chris Holmes.
A workshop for educators who work with teens and want to understand them better, taught by 2014 Missouri Teacher of the Year Chris Holmes.
Seminar: Helping Your Teenager Thrive: Insights from Neuroscience, Psychology, Education & Adolescents
A seminar for parents and caregivers of teens and tweens created and facilitated by 2014 Missouri Teacher of the Year and Community Classroom Academic Coach Chris Holmes.
A summer reading group for students who are rising 4th graders-8th graders. Taught by a certified teacher and media specialist.
Learn 4 tips you can try at home that will help your young child become a better reader, including having access to different reading materials, rereading, choice of reading material, and word games.
Learn the 5 warning signs your child might have a learning disorder affecting reading (and what you can do about it)
These 10 steps will help you create the perfect interactive math walk for your own community.
Request A Tutor
Getting started is easy. We offer two types of tutoring experiences as well as academic coaching and parental support. We're ready when you are.