Outdoor Activities That Promote Learning (and Don’t Skimp on the Fun!)
Spring break is coming, and your family will want to get out of the house and soak up the sunshine. Of course, having fun and playing games during the break is essential, but you can sneak in some opportunities to learn. Outdoor activities can be a great way to teach your child something new.
5 Ways to Encourage Reluctant Readers
If your child is reluctant to read, you may worry that they’ll fall behind in their studies, and maybe, they already have. There are many reasons you want your child to stay on grade level for reading, as reading impacts all the other school subjects. Besides, if you enjoy reading, it’s hard to think that your child is missing out on the imagination-opening doors that reading fiction offers or the fact-finding missions that non-fiction delivers.
Practical Strategies to Help Your Child with Test Anxiety
Does the mention of a test bring complaints of a stomachache or start the tears flowing? We tend to think of test anxiety only affecting college-bound high-school students with SATs ahead of them, but test anxiety can affect learners of all ages.
3 Ways to Track Your Child’s Progress in January
Make a plan for the spring semester. Now that you have a good picture of your child’s progress, you can work with them to make an action plan! Whether your child needs more accountability, help with study skills, or tutoring for difficult subjects, Best in Class will be there every step of the way. Reach out to our team to get your child back on track for spring!