When we read or learn something new, our brain tends to forget 75% of it within a couple of days. As evident, we are terrible at remembering things, and thus the need of writing notes arises. Maintaining notes for a subject enhances and solidifies our learning of it. ..
As the world opens up after the torrid lockdowns and COVID-19 havoc, aren’t we all itching for a getaway? Especially, since students are back inside the school’s safety and schedule. Once again family trips are exclusive to the long summer vacation or week-long winter vacation. We can help ..
Parents and teachers, we know you’ve been asked this before. Students, we know you’ve asked this before. School has just gone back, and students are once again asking: “Why do we learn maths?” or “what’s the point of all this maths – will I ever use ..
Feeling overwhelmed by the flood of online resources available? The COVID-19 crisis has opened up access to online education like never before. There are literally thousands of websites available, but who feels like wading through lists of 50+ links? Not only ..
When it comes to math, vocabulary is a very important factor. Some teachers and tutors can spend so much time focusing on the functions and formulas, and disregard some of the basic WORDS that make up those formulas. If students don’t know that “finding the sum” means to ..
Whether you are a parent looking to supplement your child’s education in a fun and easy way, a tutor looking for a unique way to keep your client’s engaged, check out these four games that will be fun and educational for students in the primary grade levels. ..
If you have a son, more than likely you’ve had enough robots, pirates, dinosaurs and trucks to last you a lifetime. Lucky for you, we’ve put together a list of even more activities that boys will love and that will foster their love and understanding for everything math ..
What do the White House, the Eifle Tower and the Taj Mahal have in common? Yes they are geographical landmarks, and yes they are magnificent and impressive, but they also have something else in common. They all started with a strong, solid foundation. A beautiful building is nothing ..
It is important for parents, teachers and tutors to remember that before students are students, they are children. And children are built to play. They learn through playing from the time they are very small, and continue to grow mentally, emotionally and physically when they are encouraged to ..
For students in the primary grades, learning how to deal with numbers in their original form can be challenging enough. When you introduce standard, expanded and word form, they may feel overwhelmed and under-enthused. They may get confused with the difference between expanded and word form, or may ..