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Helping Your Child Develop a Game Plan to Raise Their Grades Before the End of the School Year
It’s not too late to get back on track, but we advise students to do so with a specific plan in place. Too often, students say they want to raise their grades but don’t know where to start. We advise that students approach their grade turnaround efforts in a focused, intentional way. That’s likely to make the biggest difference in helping them make up those losses.
Fun and Easy Winter Break Learning Activities
Winter break is upon us and for most students, that means sleeping in and chilling out. A break is good, but it doesn’t take a lot of effort to keep your child’s brain fresh. These activities are educational and fun—and best of all, easy to administer for Mom and Dad. Try one or a couple!
Setting Your Middle School Student on the Right High School Academic Track
Registering for classes in high school might sound simple, but choosing the right classes is essential. Here are four tips for parents of middle school students looking ahead to high school or freshmen thinking ahead to college.
How to Use Your Child’s Learning Style to Improve Their Learning
No two students learn exactly alike, yet it’s so important for children to understand themselves as learners. Another reason understanding your child’s learning style is valuable is that it helps you when working with your child’s teacher. Here are several tips to start the conversation with your child to help them become more self-aware. about the learning environments and approaches that fit them well.
Five Tips to Help Your Child Stay on Top of Learning Over Summer Break
It’s the end of a long, strange school year, and for many students, an especially welcome break. And while summer break is a good time for students to relax, Huntington Learning Center reminds parents that it is important to use summer as a chance to catch up and avoid the “summer slide.”
Six Tips to Help Your Child Start the Summer Off Right
No matter how old your child is, making the start of summer productive sets the stage for a successful transition back to school in the fall.
Winding Down Middle School: Tips to Help Your Child Gear Up for High School Success
If you’re the parent of a soon-to-be high school student, you might be anticipating the change with a little bit (or a lot) of trepidation. No need to stress! Here are a few tips to help your student make a great transition and begin building a foundation for college success.
Students Can Travel ‘Anywhere’ They Want To Go with Huntington Learning Center’s 2021 Summer Reading Adventure
Let the adventure begin! It's time to grab your passports and join Huntington for a summer-long journey where we let our imaginations run wild, and catch up on some of that reading we missed during this crazy school year. Stay on track to be reading at grade level this fall, and have FUN doing it! Reading Adventure is free and open to all families!
Behind the Scenes of How Children Learn to Read
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.
How to Help Your Child Who Fell Behind in Math During 2020 School Closures
News from NWEA is grim: elementary and middle school students have fallen significantly behind in math during the pandemic.