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9 Proven Language-Learning Tips Just for Summer

We get it -- summertime often means vacations where you'll be out of your regular routine, and maybe even taking a break from your classes or lessons. Here, Spanish tutor Joan B. offers some tips for avoiding the dreaded learning loss, while still enjoying your summer...   Practice makes perfect, and language skills are no exception. And while we don't recommend taking time off from learning, we understand the summertime mindset. If you must take a break, you can avoid major le … Read More

9 Proven Language-Learning Tips Just for Summer
We get it -- summertime often means vacations where you'll be out of your regular routine, and maybe even taking a break from your classes or lessons. Here, Spanish tutor Joan B. offers some tips for avoiding the dreaded learning loss, while still enjoying your summer...   Practice makes perfect, and language skills are no exception. And while we don't recommend taking time off from learning, we understand the summertime mindset. If you must take a break, you can avoid major le
5 Must-Read Tips on Writing for Magazines
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Sneaky Ways to Fit Math Practice Games Into Sports
When your child needs a little extra help with math, but doesn't seem interested in flashcards, worksheets, or other methods of learning, you need to be a little creative. If he or she enjoys sports, why not take the opportunity to introduce some math practice games while watching or playing the sport? Any sport can be turned into a math practice game - you just need to find a way to sneak it in without letting your child know you're trying to promote some math time. Below are some ideas to get
Want to Be an Author? 5 Writing Skills You Need to Master
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