This article by MagiKats helps identify which learning style your child has. Understand how learning styles influence your child’s progress.
Isn’t it incredible we live in a world where if a child posts a letter to Santa Claus via Royal Mail, they receive an answer?
At MagiKats we’ve motivated students for more than a decade to complete MagiKats homework tasks. But how did we do it?
As the summer holidays draw to a close, children can feel nervous about heading back to school – new teachers, new classmates, new challenges and tasks.
The summer holidays are possibly the most important six weeks of the school year! The hardest times in anyone’s education are the times of change and the toughest of all is the move from primary to secondary.
GCSE revision can get a bit same-y. Read subject, make notes on subject, make smaller notes on subject, perform miracles with ant-size writing to make notes even smaller. Remember notes. Rinse. Repeat.
I once heard a teacher of GCSE English remark that one of the best ways to teach his students how to pass was to take the examination himself.
When the great illusionist David Blaine was asked how he manages to achieve difficult stunts he admitted he says to himself, somewhat pragmatically; “so today I’m going to have breakfast, read the paper and stand in an ice block”.
One way of practising mathematics skills is to do so verbally. Verbal maths games are fun for everyone to play, and a great way for kids to learn their key maths skills.
When it comes to English, this is one of the most common problems parents are facing and, unfortunately, it is more prevalent in boys than girls.
Are you one of those parents who, without realising it, has been quietly mulling over the comments made either in your child’s report at the end of last term or at the parent teacher meetings you recently attended?
As the summer holidays draw to a close, children can feel nervous about their return to school – new teachers, new classmates, new challenges and tasks.
With GCSE exams around the corner, it’s time for a final push. Energy levels are running low and motivation is getting harder to find.
Yet again I have had a call from a parent who is worried because her son’s school has decided he needs extra help with his English.