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How math develops brain muscles, especially for young children Early childhood is when brain growth is at its peak. This offers parents a window of time to foster that cognitive development to its fullest potential. Just like weight-training builds the muscles, mathematical thinking develops the brain. Your...

The educational standards in the United States varied from state to state as there was no common curriculum across the country. Finding their students lagging behind international students in mathematical understanding and application of math concepts, the Federal Government embarked upon an initiative to...

The common core is the set of high quality academic standards in Mathematics and English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA).  The learning objective of a student outlines what a student should know and do at the end of each grade from K-12.  The standards were to ensure...

Elementary school is the foundation for a child’s educational progress and it is important to have a logical approach to teaching at this level. At the elementary school level, the instructors interact with students and work along with them through the exercises. The...

Kindergarten is the first real step for young children towards the outside world. At Kindergarten, children meet new people, learn new rules and discipline, spend considerable amount of time away from their comfort zone, viz. home. Children learn most things through playing, exploring...

Are you looking for ways to keep your kids active, entertained and learning over the Thanksgiving holidays? We have some tips and ideas for you from cooking and writing to games and puzzles. Writing Exercises and Keeping it Fun One way to build family connections and keep...

When I was in middle school no one taught us HOW to study, and it is often the same in many classrooms today. Giving your middle school student the right studying skill set now, will help them in high school, college and beyond. Middle school...

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