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2 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Activities

Want to teach kids about the MLK legacy in a way they can understand? These two Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities focus on key concepts with a simple, hands-on approach. Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with Hands-on Activities …
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A Grade Ahead Favorites: Winter Sports Edition

As we move forward in the seasons from fall to winter, the A Grade Ahead staff were asked to take a survey about winter sports. Many of the questions asked led to some interesting findings. What Is Your Favorite Winter Sport? …
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3 Steps for a Positive Return From Winter Break

In my last blog about taking a fall walk, we reviewed how breaks can be productive and promote creativity. However, longer breaks, such as holiday breaks can be challenging if you don’t have a strategy for you and your child …
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Our Favorite Parts of Winter Break

We love learning more about the A Grade Ahead staff – and what better way to get to do that than to ask questions and listen to the answers! This time, we asked our staff about their favorite parts of …
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Tips to Deal with the Stress of Hectic Schedules

As students get older and have more classes, homework, and activities, stress can become a large part of their day. With several children with differing schedules, the combined commitments can increase that stress for the whole family. While we are …
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4 Common Misconceptions about English Tutoring

As an after-school enrichment teacher for almost 7 years now, I know a lot about parental expectations, and I have seen firsthand how much parents invest in their students’ educations. Mostly, parents are a delight to work with, and it …
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A Fall Walk – Look up from the book

Are you having a challenging time getting your children to focus on their studies? Sometimes a small break can help. Author Meg Selig from Psychology Today recommends taking a “good break” to boost productivity and creativity. A few of Selig’s …
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A Grade Ahead Fall Favorites 2018

Staff members at A Grade Ahead were asked to take a survey about some of their favorite things about fall. Although there are many questions that can be asked, here are the ones we chose: What do you like best …
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When Will I Ever Use Geometry?

It’s understandable when students as, “When will I ever use Geometry?” After all, Geometry is a shift in mathematics in school. It’s the first time where students are asked to prove statements using definitions, theorems, and axioms. This can be …
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