Tips To Help You Succeed With Your Adult Education

You've taken the initiative to go back to school to get your GED in order to help you get a better paying job, or for a stepping stone to get into college. Whatever your reason for going back to school, it's important to study properly and pay attention in class so you can successfully reach your goal. As an adult, unlike a teenager still in school, it can be difficult to focus on the information being thrown your way, especially if you have other things on your mind, such as your current job, family, stress of paying bills, and other anxiety issues adults experience that teenagers do not. [Read More]

Dot Your I's, Cross Your T's: What Your Child Should Know Before Kindergarten

Kindergarten is an exciting time both in your life and in your child's – but with schools changing up their curriculum every year, how are you to know what skills your child needs to know beforehand and which ones will be taught? If you're looking for a short list of things that it's best your child knows before their first day of school, then here's what you need to know. [Read More]

Three Steps To Seamlessly Transitioning Your Homeschooler To School

Homeschooling environments can all look different. Some homeschooled children will have a rigid schedule that involves waking up early, going through a full day of lessons then having homework. Other students may have a regimen that is a little more relaxed, with just a few hours of coursework per day and more learning through daily life with parents. If you have been homeschooling your child and you are interested in sending them to regular school, you will need to properly prepare them and yourself first. [Read More]

Help The Young Driver In Your Family Work On These Driving Scenarios

Successfully getting a driving permit and beginning to get some experience behind the wheel is only the beginning for your teenage driver. While your young driver can book in-car sessions with his or her driving instructor, it's also ideal if you take some time in the passenger's seat of your vehicle while your teen gets accustomed to driving. It's likely that the teenager will be skilled in some elements of driving and find others to be difficult. [Read More]