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How to Deal with the Too Hard Mentality

How often do you hear, “That’s too hard!”? If you don’t hear it often, you probably aren’t dealing with this problem, but if your child says it all the time, he or she may be stuck in the too hard …
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5 Activities to Celebrate English Language Month

Having trouble coming up with something to do to celebrate English language month? Here are 5 ideas for ways to celebrate the English language and have fun at the same time! Celebrate English Language Month with 5 Fun Activities Word …
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The Most Important Math Formulas to Know in High School

All High School mathematics students are familiar with learning and memorizing new formulas. There are hundreds of formulas, postulates, and theorems that they are expected to understand and implement on homework, quizzes, and tests. But should students memorize all of …
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Grade versus Percentile: What’s the Difference?

Grade versus percentile can be very confusing, especially when you’re still asking “What is a percentile anyway?” That’s why we’ve made this short video explaining the difference between a score and a percentile. Making Grade Versus Percentile Less Confusing What …
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5 Tips to Avoid Cabin Fever This Winter

Winter feels so long, doesn’t it? Even though it is apparently about the same length as all of the other seasons, it just seems to drag on forever and ever. Maybe, it’s the cold. Maybe, it’s the dark, or the …
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A Grade Ahead Travel Survey

Growing up I would read books that would transfer me to different places around the world.  I could imagine what these place looked like in my mind.  We hear people tell us about the places they have been, and we …
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How Much Screen Time Is Too Much for Kids?

In this time of constant technological advancement, it can be hard to know exactly how much screen time is too much when it comes to kids. On the one hand, we want them to be familiar with technology when it …
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My 1st Grader Can’t Read – Should I Be Worried?

Reading happens at different times for each child. Most reading happens in a sequence, beginning with decoding letters and sounds. Then, forming words and sentences – eventually paragraphs. Leading to forming ideas and the understanding of what they are reading. …
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