engaged while learning
Posted in Homeschool

5 Tools to Keep Your Kids Engaged While Learning

If you’ve been following my blog for a while you know how important I think it is to keep kids engaged in the classroom. It doesn’t matter how well prepared you are for the day’s lesson, if your kids aren’t engaged, they simply won’t get anything out of it.

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field trip transportation
Posted in travel tips

Planning Field Trip Transportation

For any child or student, a field trip tends to be a lot of fun and creates memories that last a really long time. Then it is suddenly time to do it again, except this time you are a chaperoning parent or a teacher, thus making the whole process a lot more tedious than before. But planning a field trip is not that difficult if you keep certain things in mind from the get go:

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Posted in Back to School

Why Investing in Education Means So Much More in 2018

In 2018, the Singapore government’s total investment in education has been projected to be at about $12.8 billion, a significant increase from last year’s $12.5…

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Posted in Back to School

Everything You Need to Know About Tutoring (But Didn’t Think to Ask)

Do you have a school aged child? Then words like ‘STEM’ and ‘Common Core’ might make you shudder a bit. Like it or not, they…

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Posted in Technology

The National Videogame Museum Announces Educational Scholarships For High School Students

Many of you know that our daughter is starting her senior year of college today and she’ll be graduating in spring with a degree in Arts,…

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Tips for Football Season Math

Football fans everywhere are excited that their favorite teams are back in action. And, according to Laura Overdeck, mother of three and founder of the Bedtime Math national online community, football season is a great time for parents to encourage young football fans to enjoy math.

Several of Laura’s football math suggestions are below.

1. Measure yards. Just about everything in football is measured in yards. The field is divided into 10-yard increments, and passes, runs, and the distance

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