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Paper Chasing

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 As an adult, you have probably noticed how certain habits in your life today were habits you had when you were a child. You might be thankful for the good habits and regret the bad ones, nevertheless, we can recognize the power of our actions even at a young age. One habit that has been a part of my life now is how I manage my money. I remember when I was younger, my parents were careful on how they spent their money. They were simple people, never looking for the latest gadget or best clothing brand. Even until this...

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Note To Self

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Have you seen how most of the things around us exist to serve us and bring us immediate satisfaction? Technology is at our fingertips and we have become so dependent on it, whether you are a child or an adult. It is not until our wi-fi disconnects that we realize how much we are connected to our devices. Fast food restaurants are a favorite and online shopping are dominating over the brick and mortar type of shopping. These experiences satisfy our hunger and if it doesn’t, we have a sense of entitlement to claim what we deserve. Human nature is...

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Order In Your Court

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We all know too well that children begin developing good or bad habits from the very beginning. The very first classroom they attend is actually your home and as parents, you are their teacher. It may be an overwhelming thought because you are responsible for shaping someone’s mind and character. It will take time but the sooner you begin to train their minds, the less worry you will have in the future. In this blog, we will be talking about neatness and order. I can say that children mirror their parents because certain habits I developed came from watching how...

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What Parents Can Do to Make a Student Successful

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  What Parents Can Do to Make a Student Successful? 1. Value the process of education The primary necessity for scholastic success is for the student to value education and the process by which it is acquired. For some students this valuing of education is something intrinsic – within themselves. However, most often (especially with very young children), the value must come extrinsically – from outside the student. This means the parents must value education; must recognize there is a process to learning and that following that process is worth the effort. Some students feel that if they put in...

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5 Ways to Help a Student Who is Strugging in Math

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  1. Math Attitude In order to improve with math, the right attitude is the first place to start. Many students think they are simply "bad at math" (sometimes even because a parent has stated that they were always "bad at math" in school themselves). If they think of one's skill at mathematics as a fixed, unchangeable thing, they aren't going to put much effort into improving it.  A good analogy for math skills is that of learning a sport. Some children are naturally athletic and take to the skills quickly, while others are slower and need more practice. All,...

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