4 Fun Writing Activities for Kids this Summer
Keeping a writing journal is a great way to keep your child´s mind active while they are out of school this summer. But unless you have a budding novelist in your family who is passionate about writing, your child may tire quickly of keeping a daily journal. Here are some fun, outside-of-the-box writing activities for kids that will keep your child writing all summer long!
The Never-Ending Story
Work together with your child to write a never-ending story that is sure to get you giggling! Sta
Basic Email Writing Skills for Professionals
Most of us are pretty comfortable with using email as a primary tool for written communication in our personal and professional lives. But while some shorthand and a couple of typos dont do too much harm in a friendly email, the same speaks volumes in the workplace (and not in the fun, casual way you may think).
Whether youre communicating internally with colleagues and executives, or externally with your client base, polished email writing skills will come handy in your professional arsenal.
3 Tricks for SAT Math Problems with Student-Produced Responses
Even if you've reviewed the SAT math tips in Merrick, NY tutor Justin L.'s previous article, the SAT math problems that require a student-produced response can cause a whole new level of anxiety. Read on to learn a few helpful tricks...
Its very rare to see something on the SAT break a students stride and morale worse than the Student-Produced Response (SPR) questions. Everything about them goes outside what youve expected on the test. They are not multiple choice, the answer
10 Easiest & Hardest Languages to Learn for English Speakers
Every language requires a different learning approach. Depending on how easy or hard a language is to learn, you can have varying practice times, materials, and degrees of discipline. In this article, you'll learn about 10 popular languages and their difficulty levels from our language learning friend, Julie Petersen...
Language difficulty is a hard thing to calculate. It really depends on a variety of factors, such as personal motivation and interest, desire or need, surrounding cu
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