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Overnight Camp Readiness

Overnight Camp Readiness

The signs that your child is ready and raring to got to overnight camp. Overnight Camp Readiness Are you thinking that this summer you’re going to send your child off to an overnight camp for a [...]

Unplugged Family Vacation

Unplugged Family Vacation

How to plan the perfect summer vacation without a big budget. Unplugged Vacations With summer vacation right around the corner, you may be scrambling to come up with the perfect family holiday. But here’s a thought. [...]

Driving and Graduation

Driving and Graduation

Tips for ensuring our graduating students arrive alive. Driving and Graduation Too often we hear a tragic tale of graduating students dying in a horrific car crash.  It’s a time of year when the celebrating gathers [...]

Students and Major Projects

Students and Major Projects

How to help your child get a handle on those major projects and term papers. Students and Major Projects It’s at this time of year, when  term papers and projects are coming due, that many students [...]

Helping Kids Who Fail

Helping Kids Who Fail

Helping kids who don’t make the grade and give up on learning. Helping Kids Who Fail For some kids, success in school eludes them.  These are bright kids, but their gifts and learning styles may not [...]

Prepping Pre-schoolers for Formal Education

Prepping Pre-schoolers for Formal Education

How to prepare your preschool child for their formal education. Preparing Pre-Schoolers Is your preschoolers planning to attend kindergarten in the fall? You might be thinking it’s time to learn the ABC’s and numbers.  But really, [...]

EQ & Communication

EQ & Communication

 The connection between emotional intelligence and communication skills. EQ & Communication Turns out that how well our children do academically, or how well they do with their IQ scores doesn’t predict their success in life.  It’s [...]

Bilingual Speech Development

Bilingual Speech Development

The optimum age for children to learn a second language. Bilingual Speech Development Today many parents recognize the value of their children learning another language.  It opens kids up to other cultures, enhances many of their [...]

Stuttering and Toddlers

Stuttering and Toddlers

Is toddler stuttering a concern or normal language development. Stuttering and Toddlers Imagine not being able to express yourself in words for years, and then finally acquiring the skills to do so?  It’s what happens to [...]

Toddler Language Development

Toddler Language Development

 Is your toddler’s language developing on time? Toddler Language Development Watching children develop their language skills is really exciting. In the course of just a couple of years a child goes from a cooing, babbling baby [...]