“The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you.” - B.B. King There are many ways you can help children learn at home. However, adjusting to a new learning routine can be challenging and stressful for everyone involved. The following tips help you to get the support you need to facilitate online learning while staying connected and engaged with your education community. 1 Stay in touch with your child's educator Communicate challenges to your school. T
Center-based programs that have positive impacts on young children’s development provide some combination of the following features: · highly-skilled staff, · a language-rich environment, · age-appropriate curricula and stimulating materials, · warm, responsive interactions between staff and children At The Speech Academy (TSA), we believe in empowering your child to learn, create and achieve through lessons that are directly relevant to his or her learning needs. Our prescho
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For many of our children, it’s the worst case scenario – suddenly having to deliver an impromptu presentation. Being asked to speak in public is a major challenge for many young leaders. Yet these scenarios happen all the time – introducing themselves at school events, giving a speech at a graduation ceremony or being asked an unexpected question by a teacher. Giving an extemporaneous speech can mark your child out as an excellent communicator. It’s how your child handles him
Soft skills are often referred to as “people skills” - skills that are difficult to directly measure and the ones you can’t necessarily teach out of a book. If your child has proper people skills when they’re young, the lessons will stick with them for a lifetime. Increased people skills correlate to being more social and more confident, especially when communicating with adverse situations or communicating with authority figures. These social skills for kids are vital for gr
"No man is an island." Interpersonal skills are important tools that need to be honed early on because they dictate how a child will relate with others and succeed in life. How you interact with your child will give him ideas on how to socialize, so lead by example by being mindful of what you say and do around him. Take note of these five skills that you can help hone from the moment your child is born. 1 Verbal Communication Verbal communication is all about the words and t