Teaching Your Kid To Be A Life-Long Learner
Preschool helps young children learn early literacy skills, basic math concepts, and even some simple science. Right? Of course. But that's not all. When you send your little learner off to Pre-K, she's developing skills that will prepare her for kindergarten. Even though she'll need some academic knowledge, she will also need to develop in other areas. Check out what not-so-academic ways an early-childhood education can do to get your child ready for kindergarten.
Every year, private schools open up their admissions and allow a select number of children to enroll in their educational programs. For some families, this process is time consuming and frustrating as parents and children wait to see if they are accepted or not. One in ten American students attend a private school, according to the U. S. Department of Education. If you are looking to get your child into a private school, you want to do more than just fill out an application and cross your fingers that your child gets accepted.
Nearly every child has some point during their education in which they face challenges at school. Very rare are the children who fly through each grade with excellent scores and little difficulty. If your child is currently dealing with academic difficulties, they aren't alone. The good news is there are steps you can take to help your child through this difficult time. One of the most effective strategies may be tutoring.
Many parents get teary-eyed when their child goes off to school, but this moment can be even more of a challenge when you drop your child off at a residential private school somewhere else in the state or even beyond. You have to remember that even though there might be a little homesickness (on both sides), your child will be getting an outstanding education that can catapult him or her to the right college and even lead to success in the working world several years from now.
When my child started school, I could tell that she was naturally adverse to working hard in class. She didn't seem interested, and she was always asking how long she would have to be in school before she could quit. I realized that I needed to do my part to teach her to love learning, so I talked with her about the importance of attending school and working hard. It was hard for her to understand the issues with dropping out at first, but eventually she grew to love her studies. This blog is all about teaching your child to be a life-long learner.