Posts Tagged ‘Ss Peter and Paul’

Do You Know Your Child’s Learning Style? A guide to identifying your child’s learning style and making the most of study time

The scenario may be familiar: your child is committed to doing well on an upcoming test.  She sits at the dining room table and “studies” for one hour.  She’s disappointed with her grade.  For the next test, she vows to study harder.  She sits at the dining room table and “studies” for two hours–no improvement. […]

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Make Studying Easy and Effective: Study tips based on learning styles

Use the following tips to customize learning and make study time a breeze! Visual learners should… Take notes during class discussion and lectures Review notes and annotate them with different colored pens and highlighters Synthesize notes by creating flowcharts, webs, timelines, graphs, maps or diagrams showing the relationship of ideas and information Sketch the meaning […]

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Best Books of 2016: Top 6 for Teens

These young adult novels will get teens reading and thinking long after “lights out”.  They are all flashlight worthy, weekend reads that will make even the most reluctant readers eager to turn the page.  So gather those gift cards and stock up for the wintery weekends to come! Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys A […]

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8 Best School Snacks According to Nutritionists

Kids love snack time–and they sure do need it.  Nutritionist Abby Langer rated the healthiest snacks for students–including some prepackaged options.  She also warned of some really unhealthy choices many of us make for our kids.   #1 Anything without ingredients or a wrapper!  An apple, a banana, an orange, carrot sticks.  Just make sure […]

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