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5 Ways to Help Your Child in Elementary School

We tend not to think about it that way, but starting elementary school is a huge transition for children. They go from a nursing environment to a place where the expectations are higher. At
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Apr, 13

Three essential benefits to outdoor play

With more and more children spending bigger and bigger slices of their time in front of screens, the benefit of outdoor time in school playgrounds seems to be increasingly axiomatic. Whether its video games,
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Apr, 11

6 of the most effective study techniques

Make yourself a revision wizard with these simple but effective tips Revision isn’t a natural talent; it’s a skill. And like all skills it takes plenty of practice to master. You’ve had months of
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Apr, 4

4 Reasons Your School Needs Branded Drawstring Kit Bags

Most schools have games and PE sessions, so students naturally need to bring in their own kit to change in and out of for physical activities. Unfortunately, plenty are simply left to stuff everything
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Mar, 27

How to study as an adult

You’re never too old to learn. Even as an adult, there is a lot you don’t know and some people believe you never stop learning. Mindvalley believes in lifelong learning and there are a
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Mar, 18

What is story maths?

Stories are read to children from an early age, teaching them different words and helping them learn how to read and write. As your child develops books can also have another use, they can
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Feb, 25

How a PDF Editor Can Be Useful to Students and Teachers

Everybody knows that you need to get textbooks for different courses when you are studying at the college. But, many college nowadays are saving money by handing out the materials in PDF. So, you
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Feb, 21

How to teach Shakespeare at GCSE level

There are certain topics throughout GCSE English that can be particularly challenging for some pupils, and Shakespeare is often one of them. Here are a few tips to help make Shakespeare that little bit
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Jan, 27

How to make the most of Christmas in the classroom

As Christmas approaches and the festive buzz begins, it may be time to start looking at ways that you can celebrate Christmas in the classroom. There are plenty of fun ways to merge the
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Nov, 21

Is homework a waste of time?

There is a huge variation across the country on how homework works. Some teachers and parents are adamant that homework must be completed, but there is a small but significant movement to “ban homework” due to
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Oct, 12