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Month: December 2014

Science Projects for Winter Break

Winter break is here!  Most schools are out until early January, which means that most students have a lot of extra time on their hands.  Why not give the kids something fun – & educational – to do?  In this week’s blog post, Kim Moldofsky shares some ideas for Science projects that you & your […]

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24 Things That You Might Not Know About Christmas

As the song says, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” – the Christmas season.  Many of the traditions that are widely celebrated have unusual origins that most people rarely think about.  And Christmas traditions around the world vary greatly across countries & cultures, often in fascinating ways.  Here are some fun trivia facts […]

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The Autistic Child

“Autism now affects 1 in 68 children and 1 in 42 boys.” – www.autismspeaks.org The chances are quote good that you personally know someone with autism – the recorded incidence of this serious developmental disability is increasing every year.  Despite this, it remains largely a mystery, with no known cure at this point & a […]

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How to Make a Six Month SAT Study Plan

As students near the end of high school & seriously consider what their college options look like, it is important for them to devise a plan for the entrance requirements for their colleges in which they are interested.  Of course, maintaining a high GPA helps greatly; many students need to take the Scholastic Aptitude Test, […]

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Why Do I Need Math?

“When will I ever use this stuff?” It seems that this question rings out in middle school & high school Math classrooms all over the country, &, honestly, it is a valid thing to ask, especially when the content is starting to overwhelm a student.  So…why DO students need to learn Math?  There are some […]

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