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Teaching Your Kids about Bees: Spring Learning

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Teaching Your Kids about Bees: Spring Learning

As spring approaches, you might be interested in some spring learning themes, and one of our favorite spring learning is about bees. Most kids have a healthy respect for bees because they know that they can sting them.

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5 Fun Activities for St. Patrick's Day

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5 Fun Activities for St. Patrick's Day

March 17th is St. Patrick's Day this year, and it's a great holiday for kids. You can make fun crafts, eat Irish inspired foods, and learn about the history of the holiday. Everyone loves St. Patrick's Day, even if you aren't Irish!

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Reasons You Should Teach Your Child a Second Language

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Reasons You Should Teach Your Child a Second Language

Many parents believe that their young kids are unable to learn a second language because they're still developing their first language skills. However, learning a second language at a young age is better. Kids can learn multiple languages at one time when it's much harder for adults to do so.

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7 Tips for Teaching Phonemic Awareness

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7 Tips for Teaching Phonemic Awareness

Phonemic awareness is the basis of the English language and any other language as well. Students first must learn the isolated phonemes and their units of sound before they can master words and strings of phonemes. Building phonemic and phonological awareness is important.

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6 Tips to Help You Teach a Visual Learner

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6 Tips to Help You Teach a Visual Learner

Everyone learns differently, which can make teaching students or helping your child learn a new concept difficult. There are many styles of learning, but the three most common are auditory, kinetic, and visual. Understanding how to teach a visual learner will help you re-enforce concepts quicker.

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