Education and Learning

Learning tips for every phase of life

With every new experience and new challenge, your child is learning and growing. But no matter how much they learn to do for themselves, they're always going to need you for guidance and support.

With your child in school for another year, take part in their learning experiences and help them stay on the right track. As a parent, you're there to help them when things get tough - and that includes difficulties in school. While learning problems may be scary for any parent, there's no need to worry. We're here to help with articles on helping your child deal with the three R's and with the stress and anxiety that come along with the school environment.

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If you believe your child may have a learning disability, but you're not sure of all the facts, our resources on learning disabilities can put you on the path to getting the right diagnosis.

It's not easy helping your child through the difficult school years, but they're counting on you to help them navigate the waters. Staying active in your child's life and arming yourself with the knowledge to spot any warning signs is your best bet for keeping them afloat.

Help Your Child Learn More Effectively

Language acquisition skills are vital to a child's proper development, and learning to read is one of the biggest steps your child will take during his or her formative years. Learning to read is something that many children do before entering school, and the process provides ample opportunity for you to bond with and encourage your son or daughter. Inside, you'll find tips on how you can help your child to read more effectively and at an earlier age.

Millions of children are afflicted with learning disabilities, but if these are properly handled, it is possible in many cases for a child to grow up to live a completely productive and normal life. However, it's very important to learn to identify learning disabilities at an early age so they can be compensated for. This section contains valuable information that lists the signs and symptoms of a learning disability and teaches you how to get an accurate, prompt diagnosis.

Tutors offer effective relief for busy parents and can be just the thing that improves your child's academic performance. You'll find out what to look for in a good tutor and where to find one.

Finally, you'll be presented with resources that will help your child prepare for important standardized tests such as the SAT. Good learners have bright futures, and the resources in this section will provide an excellent start to getting you and your child on the path to success.