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What counts as summer reading? Does you child need to pick a book from a grade appropriate classical reading list, write a book report, and present it to the family? Absolutely not! Summer reading should, first and foremost, be fun and interesting…

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Many children who don’t like to read haven’t had a positive experience regarding reading.  READING STRUGGLES They may have been given material that was too challenging, maybe they were embarrassed by struggling, or maybe the reading material wasn’t interesting enough to be…

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VIEWING YOUR STRUGGLE AS A STRENGTH READING BLOWS! I thought, I’m quoting Doug from The King of Queens, that  Reading comprehension was difficult for me, which made textbooks especially difficult.  I had a special dislike for history textbooks. My son and I…

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Many parents are not going to want to hear this, but I’m going to share it with you anyway. Most coaches, teachers, and anyone who works with your child will probably agree with this, too. Here it comes . . . Wait…

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All of us parents have measured our kid(s) against others. It’s human and parent nature. Let’s all just admit that we have done it so we can move on and figure out what we can do to help our kids Be Great…

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In March 2020, schools everywhere moved from face-to-face instruction to online learning from their homes, complete with Zoom and Google Meet classes. Teachers, students, and parents had to adapt and learn new technology, while managing daily lessons. Overall, it was a success,…

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