This article by MagiKats helps identify which learning style your child has. Tests and quizzes help you 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?
At MagiKats, we don't usually focus on adult literacy and numeracy, but with the launch of our GCSE Support Programme last month, we have been watching out for what has been in the press - and it has been depressing!
SATS results are out - but were your child's results good or bad? How do you know? Here's a short guide to help you understand what you are reading on the results report.
Summer learning loss or the ‘summer slide’ is something researchers have been looking into for more than a century. First documented in 1906, what starts as a mild hiccup in a four-year-old’s school career can be a crisis by the time that child reaches secondary school.
Good handwriting might not seem to be a necessary skill in today’s world where typing documents on a computer at breakneck speed, or sending rapid-fire email messages is the way most companies work. Why teach handwriting at all?
Ask yourself this question: What special things about school and education would you remember if you could go back to when you were a ten year-old?
Do you find the over-use of exclamation marks annoying? Do you think online texting and social media sites have led to a pandemic of exclamationism? If so, read on!!!
Visit a restaurant or coffee shop in your local town and watch the groups of people who are sitting together. How frequently do they check their phones? Are they engrossed in conversation, or glued to their screens? Are the adults chatting whilst the kids play on devices?