Does your child seem to need more educational challenges and opportunities? Learn the benefits of hiring a tutor to offer extra work.

Does Your Child Want A Guitar For Christmas?

27 November 2018
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Perhaps your child visited the home of a friend of a family member and your child got to play the host's guitar. If so, your child might have known from the very first time he picked up the guitar that someday he would want to own his or her very own guitar. If your son or daughter has been hinting for a guitar on Christmas morning, he or she has solved the problem of what to buy him or her for Christmas. Read More …

How To Help Your Child Prepare For School Sports

26 May 2018
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If your child is interested in participating in school sports at some point in the future, you may want to do what you can to help him or her prepare. These are a few tips that can help you do so. Encourage Your Child to Join a Youth League For one thing, it can be a good idea to enroll your child in a youth league, like Terrell Excel, for his or her favorite sport. Read More …

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Private Tutoring: How it Challenges an Intelligent Child

My son was having trouble in school. For some reason, he wasn't getting much out of the classes. All his teachers agreed that he had the ability to absorb the material and participated in class discussions with ease. The general consensus was that the classes were boring to him and he needed a tutor. Thinking that tutors were only for children who were having trouble grasping material, I balked. It took a meeting with a tutor to realize that children who need more than the average class can provide do benefit from the academic stimulation that comes with private tutoring. It did work. Two sessions a week were enough to provide opportunities my son needed. He then found it easier to take his schoolwork seriously and his grades improved. If your child is not challenged at school, hire a tutor. It will be the best move you could make.