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You may have heard your child’s teachers discussing the idea of fostering a growth mindset in their classroom. It sounds like a great approach to helping children cope with emotions, but what does that really mean, and how can you encourage a growth mindset at home?
Playing games during class is a sure-fire way to keep students engaged, and can benefit learning and retention, if the content relates to your lessons! Short, interactive activities from every subject in Evan-Moor’s Ten-Minute Activities, can help fill class time with productive learning games.
Help your child become a better reader before the next school year by providing daily reading opportunities throughout the summer. Reading is one of the most important factors in students’ success in school, and numerous studies indicate that children who don’t read over the summer experience a decline or stagnation in their reading abilities. Here are five tips to keep your child reading over the summer.
None  Children are natural scientists. They are constantly observing the world around them, experimenting with anything they can get their hands on, and asking A LOT of questions. These are attribu...