Month: January 2018

Homeschooling help slow learners

Homeschooling Slow Learners Successfully

Studies show that slow learners are often harassed and bullied in regular schools. There are reports of children being treated badly in classrooms by both co-students and teachers. The teachers do not have the scope to repeat the lesson multiple times as it holds up the class and the other students suffer. There remains no …

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Critical thinking skills for kids

Activities to Enable Critical Thinking in your Child

Critical thinking is the ability to make reasoned judgements. It is a way of thinking in which you don’t simply accept all arguments and conclusions you are exposed to but rather have an attitude involving questioning such arguments and conclusions. And this can be developed in kids, with just a few activities. 1. Spin a yarn  …

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Try to ask questions to your teacher

10 Meaningful Questions You Need To Ask Your Child’s Teacher

A Parent-Teacher Conference is an excellent opportunity for parents to get to know about their child and their performance in school, and also for the teacher to get to know the child’s background and problems they face back home. But the worst a parent can do in this meeting is talk about their child’s grades. …

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Understand your child's learning style

What is your Child’s Learning Style?

All children are different, and so are their learning styles. But you ask, what basically is a learning style? Answer this, have you ever felt like your child learnt better when you let them touch and feel a specific material/thing, rather than just showing them pictures? Well, that’s your child’s learning style. While there are …

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Teach your kids netiquette manners

5 Ways To Teach Netiquette To Your Children

Social Media and the Internet are an integral part of our children’s lives. It isn’t like the twentieth century anymore when access to networking was limited and selective. And now really, there is no ‘right age’ for our kids to begin texting and using social media. And consequently, there is no ‘right age’ to face …

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Debunking homeschool myths

Debunking Top 5 Myths About Homeschooling

Homeschooling can be amazing, and most people don’t recognize its value because of the myths that cloud the idea. Some ideas surrounding homeschooling can be so ridiculous they are laughable.So here are a few myths that surround the idea of homeschooling that absolutely need to be busted! Myth 1: Homeschooled kids don’t socialize This is …

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