Amy and I believe that when you learn, you should learn from the best.
Learn from them. Develop their ideas and make them your own. We apply this to our kids also.
Our sons' futsal school has a renowned coach. People travel long distances to take his classes. His results are testimony
Amy and I believe that when you seek guidance, you should learn from the best.
Learn from them. Develop their ideas and make them your own.
We went to an ETJ Expo many years ago and saw Robert S. Murphy speak. Don't know what the S stands for. My guess is smartalec.
1. Tackle 1 game at a time.
2. Don't rush.
Printing Front to Back:
1. Want the paper as straight and aligned as possible: CAN be done on home printers.
2. Do a test print BEFORE doing many printings.
Start English as soon as you can, kids learn like sponges. Everyone agrees with this. We don’t; kind of.
We ran a very popular Mummy and Me classes. One hour class: 20 minutes play with toys, 40 minutes songs, songs, songs and books. We had 4 classes, lots of students, smooth classes, everyone had fun, learned basic vocabulary, how to interact with others. Unfortunately, when kids "graduated" to our kinder classes, too many M&Me graduates
Many 6th grade students quit English lessons in anticipation of Junior High School. You shouldn’t quit. You should continue.
Let’s look at why you might want to leave and why you shouldn’t.
#1 Reason: My child can’t make the time because club activities finish late.
Moving on Up: Elementary to Jr. High
We find that our students are progressing more quickly these days. We have many elementary students on Jr. High School texts. We use the English File series with Jr. High kids, higher level returnees, adult students, and NOW higher level elementary students. The text is comprehensive: covering vocabulary, grammar. listening and speaking activities in the class book and home book.
Do you know about myelin?
It’s the mysterious stuff that grows around your nerves in response to your daily activity.
You might have heard of it from famous books such as Daniel Doyle's " the Talent Code". Scientists believe it's like an insulation that forms around your nervous system’s "wiring", making your reactions quicker and more accurate. The myelin stops leaks of information from the "wiring" making learning smoother and faster.