Month: July 2016

10 Tips to Encourage Your Child to Read More

In this day in age, with instant information at our fingertips with the click of a mouse, and with more television and movies than we could ever possibly watch thanks to streaming services, this age-old question seems more relevant than …
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Favorite Educational Quotes from MathWizard Blog Writers

Why do MathWizard’s writers like quotes so much? Who knows? Maybe, it’s because we write all the time. Maybe, it’s a teacher thing. Maybe, there’s something in the water. Whatever the reason, we all have our favorite educational quotes. Here are our …
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Recommended Reading: Early Readers

Most of the recommended reading lists you find are for middle school, high school, or adults with lists of classics, but reading is just as necessary-if not more- for elementary schoolers. At such a young age, students grow at a …
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Common Core Myths and Facts

The Common Core State Standards often receive negative attention from news outlets, politicians, and parents. Often, this negative attention stems from assumptions about the Common Core Standards that are simply not true. I explained what the Common Core Math and …
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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 …
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