Category: parent education

Should My Child Use A Calculator For Math Work?

Should My Child Use A Calculator For Math Work?

Heather Bragg  |  September 19, 2016

  This is one controversial topic for parents and teachers. Whether it is a calculator, multiplication chart, “word wall” for spelling, or any other tool, we are often hesitant to let our children become dependent on a “crutch”. But these tools can …

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3 Steps To Ease Back-To-School Jitters

3 Steps To Ease Back-To-School Jitters

Heather Bragg  |  August 24, 2016

   We humans are wired to distrust change. So it’s understandable that our children get back to school jitters, especially if they are heading into an unfamiliar environment. Stress management is one of the most important skills we can teach our children. If …

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The Upside Of Boredom

The Upside Of Boredom

Heather Bragg  |  June 15, 2016

 Among the many things we want for our children is the opportunity to develop – and pursue – their passion(s). This could be in the form of music, sports, art, dance, reading, writing or any other endeavor that captures their hearts …

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Is Your Child Struggling In School?

Is Your Child Struggling In School?

Heather Bragg  |  December 7, 2015

Is Your Child Struggling In School? If you are the parent of a child who is struggling with academics, and you are not getting support, answers or a plan of action from the school, you are not alone. Approximately 20% of school-aged …

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