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The decision to homeschool your child can be a daunting one. It can be overwhelming initially as you wonder how best to help your child.
“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” – Benjamin Franklin As summer ends, your kids will probably experience a great sense of
Children get happy that they will see their friends again, share summer break stories and catch up on the latest adventure. But on the other hand, going back to school means doing homework, getting back to formal studies, no longer sleeping in, and waking up early.
Going back to school means getting back into a routine!
We strongly believe in improving classroom and extracurricular activities at Kids on the Yard. We believe that life happens in the yard and the classroom! We are determined to evolve children’s growth in all aspects of their lives. The time to put away sunscreen and water wings for backpacks and pencil cases is almost here! Good news! Our kids still have time to do a few more fun summer activities before returning to school!
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When and Why Your Child Needs a Tutor
A complete parent guide for WHEN and WHY a child may need a tutor to help them keep up, enrich subjects they love, stay ahead, or close learning gaps.
Although many parents have become interested in homeschooling, they can simultaneously feel overwhelmed by the learning program’s responsibilities, daily routines, and learning support necessary to ensure their child(ren) academic and Social-Emotional growth progress is on track. Enjoy our “Parent Guide to finding the best fit tutor for your homeschool family in a few easy steps”.
The Fourth of July, also known as July 4th or Independence Day, is a federal holiday in the US that celebrates the passage of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress. While Independence Day has been a national holiday since 1941, the tradition of its celebration dates back to 1776.