This is the first post in a new series we are releasing named “Successful Student” series. Throughout this series, we will be exploring different tips, tricks, and tactics to help you develop a successful student. Here at Masterminds Early Learning, we believe that a successful student is one that strives to be their best self and has a thirst for knowledge. In this article, we will be exploring four tips for parents to help develop a successful student.
As a parent, you have a lot of responsibility. One of them is to ensure that your child is getting the best education and training possible. What you do as a parent has a huge impact on your child’s success. One of the responsibilities you have as a parent is to help your child develop good study habits. Raising a successful student takes time, patience, and hard work. But the payoff is well worth it—your child will be on the right track for college and will have a better chance of success in his or her...
It’s all we hear about lately- inflation and the ever-increasing cost of goods and food. Everything seems to be more expensive than ever before. In some cases, this is translating to stay-at-home parents finding themselves going back to work. When this happens, many parents and caregivers feel they need to give up the dream of homeschooling their child. What if I told you that you didn’t have to kiss the dream good-bye just yet? That it is possible to be a working parent and a part-time homeschooling parent. Would you believe me?
Part time homeschooling can be a great compromise for working parents looking to incorporate home learning.
What is part time homeschooling and what can it provide?
As stated in an article on PBS.org, part-time homeschooling or partial homeschooling as it is sometimes called, means that parents may opt to teach just one subject at home or teach the core subjects at home such as Math and Reading and send their child to a physical school for...
We are continuing our Teaching Toddlers series by discussing how to teach your toddler a second language. In previous posts in the series, we explored teaching toddler math and critical thinking skills and teaching toddlers to read.
Global Language Statistics
If you’re an American, this might seem like a shocking statistic- Did you know that 43% of the world’s population is bilingual? That translates to nearly half of the world can speak two languages equally well. Only 40% of the world is monolingual- or can only speak one language. 1 An article in the Washington Post states that only 20% of Americans are bilingual versus 56% of Europeans.2 As American parents, how can we do better to increase these statistics and include our children in the bilingual percentage?
Most parents are eager to help their children learn a second language but find themselves stymied by their young children’s unresponsive ears and slow comprehension. The good news is that with a...