Nobody said being a parent was easy. But with these tips, we hope it can become at least a little bit easier. Throughout the year, our experts – a cohort of educators, instructors and parenting authorities - put together a few articles devoted specifically to helping you help your little ones. Here are 2016’s offerings, nicely bundled together for your convenience.
How to Balance Parenting with Personal Care
Parenting can often end-up becoming a fun game of getting pulled in many directions at once! In this article, we remind you how to let go, regroup, relax and rebound so your family can always get the best version of you. Time to turn that frazzle into dazzle!
Tutorial: How to Read a Progress Report
Progress reports (as they are called in some provinces) come out each year around November. They are designed to be a sort of “sneak-preview” of the main event: report cards. If you’re interested in getting the jump on your child’s education, you’ll need to become a master of parent-teacher communication. Start with this article!
Combatting Your Older Child’s Sleep Issues for Improved Learning
“Count those sheep and get to sleep.” It isn’t always as easy as that. Alanna McGinn, Certified Consultant and Founder of Good Night Sleep Site, has penned an article that will surely help you get to the bottom of your child’s sleep issues. Click the link below and get ready for many good nights ahead!
3 Tips to Merge Learning with Holidays
When the holidays hit, most of us just want to take some well-deserved time off. But time off for the family doesn’t mean that learning should grind to a halt! With this article, holiday learning is one more thing that you don’t need to worry about.
Tutorial: Understanding Report Cards
Report cards are always a fun time – if your child is getting straight A’s. But even if your child is getting great scores, there are still some things happening on report cards that you might not be noticing. Here’s an article that can point you in the right direction and teach you how to read deeper into your child’s report card.
Encourage your child to become an independent learner and visit a Kumon centre near you to learn more about the resources available to you and your child.