10 Fun Activities For Boosting Spatial Awareness Skills In Children

When your child is walking around the room, trying to catch a ball, or having fun at the playground, they are using their spatial awareness skills to maneuver these tasks. Spatial awareness is the understanding of your position with respect to other objects in space. Therefore, a baby cannot easily reach out for the rattle … Read more

Interesting ways to teach your child letter recognition

“One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.” — Malala Yousafzai It might be challenging to teach children with a learning disorder to read, both for you and the child. A learning disorder possess difficulty in reading or learning to read.  Children with learning disorder struggle with reading accurately and quickly. Additionally, … Read more

ESSA vs NCLB: ELI5 The Difference

Are you aware of federal laws governing children’s education in the US?  If not, let us introduce you to ESSA and NCLB. ESSA is the current law governing K-12 education in public schools which replaced the previous law known as NCLB. Both are updates to The Elementary and Secondary Education Act which was passed in … Read more

5 Fun Sharing and Caring Activities For Preschoolers

Even as adults, we often find sharing our favorite dress with our siblings or letting our colleagues have a bite from the sandwich we brought for lunch difficult, right? You can easily imagine how tough it is for preschoolers. But, as parents and teachers, we must teach the children to learn to share. They might … Read more

6 Fun Activities For Improving Resourcefulness In Students

The ability to get things done in the face of obstacles and constraints is referred to as resourcefulness. This entails approaching what is in front of you and optimizing what you have, whether you’re creating something new or simply considering how to do something better. Being resourceful necessitates more than just cognitive ability. It is … Read more

6 Engaging Activities For Learning Nouns In A Fun Way

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Nouns form a crucial part of daily conversation, whether it is verbal or written communication. When a child starts to learn a language and grammar, the first step after phonics is “nouns” as every other part of speech works in modifying and completing the meaning of nouns. To ensure that the child is learning and … Read more

5 Engaging Activities For Learning Independent And Dependent Clauses

No doubt, Students find classroom activities interesting and exciting. Through these activities, it is easy for teachers to make them understand even complex topics easily. Learners often find English grammar confusing, especially when it comes to clauses. Defining independent and dependent clauses and giving many examples may not always yield the desired result. In such … Read more

How to write an effective IEP? A step-by-step quick guide

IEP stands for Individual Education Plans. Those involved in special education teaching find IEP of great help in identifying a student’s strengths and needs. A successful IEP implementation starts from planning and developing an effective IEP. So, it is essential to know the steps involved in it by heart. It involves identifying goals and plans … Read more

7 Engaging Activities For Teaching Conjunction In A Fun Way

Conjunctions are words or phrases that link clauses, sentences, and other words together. Conjunctions are helpful in both written and spoken communication as they allow to group of similar concepts together and shorten, simplify, or clarify sentences.  Students learn about conjunctions in everyday communication. As they make different choices, they are likely to use the … Read more

10 Fun Activities For Improving Naturalistic Intelligence In Kids

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Howard Gardner defined naturalistic intelligence as the capacity to recognize, categorize, and manipulate components of the physical world, including objects, living things, plants, and animals. Naturalistic intelligence is thought to have evolved during the times of the earliest humans, when recognizing helpful and dangerous animals, studying the climate, reading the land, and extending the range … Read more