A large focus in the life of parents with young children is helping them learn how to ready. While this may sound straightforward, the art of learning how or teaching to read is actually a rather complex process for children and parents alike.
If you’ve ever noticed your child seeming lethargic or unmotivated, you’re not alone. At Huntington, we see many reasons students lose motivation, but here are a few of the most common.
Here are some of the biggest pros and cons to remote learning and lessons that both you and your child can take away from this unique time.
In a typical school year, it’s smart for parents to use the midyear report card as a chance to “take a pulse” on their children’s learning progress. This year the midyear report card will be more important than ever to your student's success.
There’s no question: the year 2020 is one for the record books and has brought many ups and downs. School has been challenging in new ways for children. So, this upcoming reprieve from the classroom, whether in person or virtual, is welcome—perhaps this year more than ever.
If you have a child with a disability such as dyslexia, autism, dysgraphia, or an intellectual disability, it’s important that you get and give your child the help needed to succeed in school.
Problems are part of growing up, but when it comes to navigating school, do you find yourself unsure when to step in and help your child and when to let him or her handle a problem alone?
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The term ‘Summer Slide’ refers to the learning regression that students may experience while on school break during the summer months. This learning loss can cause students to fall a full grade level behind in reading and math, which makes it difficult for them to catch up when school resumes.
With the coronavirus pandemic being far from over, many schools have already decided to close through the end of the school year. One thing is safe to assume: children will be learning at home for a while. And while remote/online school works for some children, it might be less ideal for others. The biggest concern many parents have: loss of learning.