Monthly Archives: October 2017

Should State Tests Be Used As a Primary Measure to Determine Your Child’s Academic Level?

By |2017-11-28T07:47:50-05:00October 31st, 2017|Kids|

Yes and no. There's not always an easy answer to this question. Sometimes the state test can prove to be an effective and very helpful measure defining strengths, weakness' and comprehension level of the materials they've studied. This information is helpful for teachers and administrators to understand more clearly what classes and curriculum could help your [...]

Comments Off on Should State Tests Be Used As a Primary Measure to Determine Your Child’s Academic Level?

Why We Should Teach “Sight Words” to Our Children…

By |2017-11-28T07:48:16-05:00October 3rd, 2017|Adults, Kids, Learning|

Parents of preschool and kindergarten students may have heard of the term “Sight Words,” but not many people outside the educational profession are acquainted with the term. Sight words are a set of very common words that competent readers distinguish right away and repeatedly. The list contains many of the small, connective words such as [...]

Comments Off on Why We Should Teach “Sight Words” to Our Children…