Author: Janelle Homier

Reading with Arts & Crafts

Some children love to read, while others would rather eat their vegetables. Growing up, I loved reading all sorts of books, especially the ones that let my imagination go wild. I also loved doing arts and crafts, whether I was at home, at school, or in my weekly art lesson. You might be asking yourself, […]






Inspirational Quotes from the A Grade Ahead Staff

We look for inspiration from nature, from art, and from others. People use inspirational quotes and stories for a multitude of reasons. Some quotes help us look at situations from a different point of view and allow us to broaden our scope. Others provide reassurance that life will go on, things happen for a reason, […]






Private Tutoring vs. Small Class Tutoring: Which is better?

Parents and educators alike debate the benefits of private tutoring vs. small class tutoring, but the fact of the matter is that there’s no right or wrong answer because each child learns differently. Tutoring options are available to help students with various learning styles succeed. Some students excel in the fun, social environment that a […]






The 4th of July

Everyone knows that July 4th is always a huge celebration in America, as it marks the passing of another year as an independent nation, free from the rule of Great Britain. In honor of 2016 being the 240th anniversary of our freedom, we have compiled a few odd, surprising, and shocking facts about the process to freedom and the holiday […]






Honoring Our Service Members with Math Statistics

Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States that is dedicated to remembering those who died while serving in the U.S. armed forces. The infographic below illustrates some surprising numbers and statistics associated with Memorial Day. Take time today to say thank you to a service member and to remember those that made […]






English and Math Enrichment Programs for Kids: Real Families, Real Results—Vidya’s Family from Ohio

In 2011, Vidya’s family moved to India for two years after her husband’s passing. When they returned, Vidya’s young daughter Anisha was in kindergarten. While in India, Anisha completely stopped speaking English, and Vidya was concerned that it would negatively impact her ability to learn at school. Vidya decided to enroll Anisha in year-long classes […]






Reach of MathWizard Students in America

MathWizard’s educational enrichment programs empower students to succeed in school and life through our advanced learning system that Promotes critical thinking Builds essential skills Enables students to excel at their own pace Cultivates a passion for learning Empowers students from pre-kindergarten through high school Do any of these facts surprise you? Has your child benefited […]