3 Ways To Improve Your SAT And ACT Scores

8 August 2018
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you plan on going to college, you may need to take both the SAT and ACT exams. These exams provide universities with detailed information on the knowledge you have on several specific subjects, helping them make the decision to accept your application or not. If your goal is to get into a specific university, you may want to do the best you possibly can when taking these exams. Even if you are feeling a bit nervous, there are different things you can do to ensure that you are getting higher scores on these exams. Read More 

Five Ways To Improve As A Freelance Web Developer And Maximize Your Earnings

24 May 2018
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Freelance web development can be an extremely lucrative career. However, it's also highly competitive. Often you'll find yourself in a race to the bottom with other freelancers undercutting your rates which can decimate your earnings. Here are five ways to stand out from your competitors and command the high rates that you deserve. Take Online Web Development Courses and Get Certified If you're already earning a living as a freelance web developer, you're probably well versed in multiple programming languages. Read More 

3 Reasons Why You May Want To Send Your Child To Private School

15 November 2017
 Categories: , Blog

If you have your child in public school and are thinking about making the switch to private school, then you will be interested in learning about some of the great reasons for doing so. There are some benefits to sending your child to private school that you won't get with public school, or that you won't get to the same degree. Here are 3 reasons why you may want to follow through with sending your kid to a private school rather than a public one: Read More 

Placing A Toddler In Preschool

15 November 2017
 Categories: , Blog

Have you avoided getting a job so you can ensure that your child is taken care of? Do you now need someone to watch your child because you feel as though he or she is old enough to do well in the care of others while you are at work? If your child isn't quite old enough to attend elementary school while you are working, a preschool might be the next best option. Read More 

Participate In An Art Activity With Your Toddler That Will Teach Them About Colors And Textures

6 September 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you are attempting to introduce colors and textures to your toddler prior to them beginning a preschool program this fall, the following activity that involves adding craft paint and embellishments to wax paper will entertain your child and teach them at the same time. After your child completes the project, frame their creation before hanging it up.  Materials smock newspaper sheets wax paper scissors craft paint (all the colors of the rainbow) paintbrushes (various widths) shallow dishes sponges fabric scraps cotton balls embellishments (sequins, wiggly eyes, buttons, glitter) craft glue cotton swabs acrylic craft spray card stock ruler tape Set Up A Work Area And Describe The Project To Your Child Read More