Fireworks, parties, and food. New Year's Eve is an exciting time, as we say goodbye to one year and welcome the next. But how do people around the world mark this occasion? Check out celebrations from Denmark, South Africa, and more in this special edition blog!
Ready for some fun autumn activities? Look no further than our list of 10 family-friendly things to do in Pennsylvania. Get out and enjoy the leaves, pumpkins, apples, and more while you can!
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My oh my, how governments, teachers, and students wished mid-way through the year 2020 that they would have learned more about distance learning beforehand. Nobody could have predicted how quickly and drastically our normal lives would change, specifically with work and education. The use of virtual, home-based learning systems was the talk of the town, and even the professionals ditched their offices and business suits for work from home environments.
As we approach the end of the school year, it gets harder and harder for kids to stay focused on their school work. With the weather getting warmer, the days getting longer, and summer vacation just around the corner, it naturally becomes more difficult for children to concentrate on school. As a parent, there are some things you can do to help keep your child focused until school lets out for the summer.
As temperatures begin to drop and winter approaches, your children will begin to spend more time indoors. To make an effort to limit screen time this winter, encourage your children to read more. Of course, this can be easier said than done. Below are some helpful tips on how to get your child to read more this winter season and into the New Year.
There are a lot of ways to get the school year off to a great start with your children – eating healthy, sleeping regularly, and of course, teaching good study habits. Although it is vital that students study effectively for their classes, many children struggle with developing and maintaining good study habits. Here are 5 tips on how you can help your child excel in studying.