Tag: educational resources

The Art of the Vocabulary Journal

There are many reasons to work to improve a student’s (or your!) vocabulary.

One of the best ways to improve a student’s vocabulary is to keep what I call simply, a vocabulary journal.

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10 Study Tips for ADD/ADHD Students

Another book is born! Introducing, “10 Study Tips for ADD/ADHD Students,” a short e-guide to help you or your student have the best study sessions possible. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XG9KKPY “I get that little boys are wild and crazy, but mine is beyond this.” Comments… Read More

Toys That Teach: A Few Resources for Younger Learners

Please note this post does contain affiliate links. Many teaching and learning techniques or resources that I have previously discussed or linked to on my “Resources” page, tend to be for older students, but I wanted this post focus on younger learners…. Read More

Workbooks Help Students Study Over Holiday Breaks

One of the biggest complaints among parents and teachers is how quickly students tend to forget lessons over school breaks. Holiday or seasonal breaks can last up to two weeks in some schools, and summer breaks typically last 2-3 months. What can… Read More