How do you keep your child reading this summer? Try these 5 tips to keep your child in the books.
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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.
Here are three pieces of advice (and some research) about teen mental health and the pandemic.
How tutoring is like personal training for building confidence and better grades
How do you know if your child needs some extra help with math?
Brain-boosting ideas to get kids outside through math walks, sidewalk math, outdoor math games, and other teacher-created ways to take math outdoors.
6 Tips to Give You Next Steps (and Peace of Mind) If You Think Your Child is Falling Behind
Teacher-recommended math games to beef up learning in your home
Strategies to help your child focus, stay on task, and learn how to monitor their behavior. Help for those with or without ADHD and ADD.
Worried your kids have too much screen time? Here are 6 tips to help frame your thinking (and your family dinner conversations).
Grab your thinking cap and your walking shoes and head to downtown Northampton, Massachusetts for a free, interactive math walk with 20 math problems (and strolling mathematicians).
Building a Stronger Working Memory is a 6-session course designed by Jean Lawson, a Missouri Teacher of the Year finalist who is certified in early childhood education. This online course helps families work with their children to develop stronger working memories.
Bedtime read aloud with award-winning author and illustrator, Grace Lin.
Brianna Young, an Iowa educator with her Master's in Trauma and Resiliency, shares 4 strategies to help your children deal with stress. Recent PostsGetting started is easy. We offer two types of tutoring experiences as wellas academic coaching and parental support....
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