Young Children Are Ready for Math Early in Life

Recently, Lyndsey Layton reported in the Washington Post about research that has shown that young children are ready for math early in life, and capable of direct instruction at very young ages.  The study from Michigan State University shows that children as young as...

5 Best Benefits of Parenting Consulting

As a parenting consultant, parents often want to know what the 5 best benefits of parenting consulting will be. As you continue to read more you’ll discover this this service can help you and your family. Consultants provide professional advice; and if there was...

At Home in the Classroom

Sometimes, teachers seem so much at home in the classroom that students assume they live there. Sonja Tiedman told students about her rough drive to work one winter morning. One student asked, ‘Where do you work?’ “If students see me like that, I...

Hands-on Program for Early Learners

  For young children ages 3 to 5 a hands-on program for early learners opens up creativity while giving them a head start on math, literacy, and other skills.  With his mother, Jennifer, Nathan plopped down on a brightly colored carpet in a Kerr Elementary School...

More Cuts for Art Programs

Unfortunately, with the economy as tough as it is many schools are making ends meet by having more cuts for art programs. Often a school will cut its art program when it needs to free up some room in the budget, but this deprives students of their chance to learn how...