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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 … Read More
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
Thinking About Cramming for a Test? You Might Want to Read This
We've all felt that familiar time crunch when you have a big test coming up. But does cramming for a test the night before actually work? Read on as tutor Danh L. explains why you might want to plan ahead next time...   I expect my students to do about 30-60 minutes of homework DAILY. That's 3.5 to 7 hours of work a week. From my exchanges with other tutors, even ones charging up to $500/hour, this estimate is around what they expect, too. But what should you do if you miss a
How to Avoid Procrastination & Stay Focused During the Holidays: 4 Easy Tips
Winter break is coming up, but that doesn't mean you can slack off! Make sure you don't lose momentum with these helpful tips from San Diego tutor Natalie S...   The holiday season is quickly approaching, and no matter which holidays you celebrate, it's easy to get swept up in the excitement and lose focus of your academic goals. Check out the four easy steps below and learn how to avoid procrastination and stay productive during the holiday season! 1) Set a consistent study sc
7 Online Resources to Take Your Homework Up a Notch
Looking for some web-based tools to really amp up your presentations, essays, and studying? Check out these seven online resources for students in this guest post by former English teacher Robert Morris...   Who doesn’t like learning? The process of discovering new worlds and concepts you didn’t know existed is always exciting. Although your teachers can make the classes boring, that doesn’t mean that learning cannot be fun. Whenever you need help with certain lectures, you can rely o
5 Pro Tips for the ACT When You’ve Already Taken the SAT
Wondering about the difference between ACT and SAT? If both are part of your admission requirements for your schools of choice, you can make the most of your prep time by knowing a few simple pointers. Learn more in this guest post by Merrick, NY tutor Justin L...   So by now you've taken your SAT, received your score, and just received an email from the college admissions office about your ACT. Until now, you may have never even considered the test. A few of your friends may have

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