3 Ways To Prepare Your Child For Kindergarten

Posted on: 15 February 2016

Even if your child attended preschool, preparing for kindergarten is necessary. Kindergarten comes with more learning opportunities and responsibility. If your little one is headed to kindergarten, here are some tips to help him or her be successful in kindergarten.  Get Your Child Involved in Music Music is often used in classrooms to help with learning and there is a good reason for it. Research has shown that music can do more than just help your child learn to say his or her ABCs.
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Two Driving Myths Not To Pass On To Your Teen Driver

Posted on: 14 January 2016

When it comes to driving everyone seems to think they are an expert. In reality, a number of people fall for driving myths that make them anything but a good driver. Some parents even pass down these driving myths to their children, setting them on the wrong course. If you have a teen that will be getting behind the wheel soon, here are just some of the driving myths you don't want to pass on.
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5 Ways A Montessori Education Could Benefit Your Child

Posted on: 14 December 2015

The Montessori method of teaching considers each child as a naturally inquisitive being who loves to learn. The method supports an environment that allows the child to ask questions that lead to discovery-based learning at his or her own pace. The Montessori philosophy has been tested in multiple cultures over a span greater than 100 years.  Here are a few ways that a Montessori education can benefit your child: Your child learns to think in abstract terms instead of simply learning facts.
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Physical Versus Computerized Visual Roofing Exams: How To Prepare For Either One

Posted on: 5 November 2015

When you are working on your required education to become a roofer, you have to pass a roofer's exam to become licensed. Roofing exam prep could go two different ways, just like the exam itself. It really depends on your location and how your instructors plan on conducting the exam. Some will actually take you out to several physical sites and ask you to determine what is wrong with the roofs you see.
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