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Here's a great article by Laura Pearson on what to do with your child this summer.

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Once we taught them to read, they just wouldn't stop.

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Confidence looks good on you.

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PSAT results were just released online. Find out what these scores mean and what is considered a good score!

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With the PSAT coming up soon, we are offering a free PSAT course to anyone interested. This is perfect mini-course to send your son or daughter to the test more relaxed and better prepared. Click the link below to check it out.
http://engeniuslearning.com/psat/
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Seniors: To qualify for any aid to cover the cost of college, whether that be work-study, grants, scholarships, and/or student loans, you must submit the FAFSA. Since it is free and a way to earn money, it is worth the time.

http://engeniuslearning.com/free-student-aid/
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The PSAT is coming soon. Is your child ready? Read our top 3 PSAT Prep Tips here.

http://engeniuslearning.com/top-3-psat-prep-tips/

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50% more FREE sale at ∑ngenius Learning Centers. Buy a package of hours and get 50% more FREE. This offer won't last long.
http://engeniuslearning.com/50-more-free-sale/

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For all the 12th graders out there, the Common App is live and here are the updated essay prompts. Make certain to preview the prompts for all your college applications before writing your essays. There might be a way to reuse your content to make things a bit easier for you. As with all writing, a little planning ahead can make all the difference in the world.

https://blog.commonapp.org/2015/03/31/2015-2016-essay-prompts/

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Handwriting is being dismissed as a nonessential skill as classrooms are gradually shifting to online learning. The reasoning is simple: why teach cursive if everything will be done on a screen? While that logic seems simple enough, new research may make you think differently.

Several studies recently have reported how beneficial handwriting, specifically the forming of letters, can help students learn written language. One study identified that typing did not generate the same level of brain activity as writing did. The actual process of writing, no matter how messy, was more beneficial for the student.

In addition to the levels of brain stimulation writing can provide, there is also proof that students who took handwritten notes were more likely to remember the content than students who typed their notes. The process of writing could be considered multi-sensory, and the benefits of multi-sensory learning are well understood and documented.

Though cursive may seem to be outdated, there are a number of benefits that can help your child learn.

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/06/20/why-handwriting-is-still-essential-in-the-keyboard-age/?mabReward=A6&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&region=CColumn&module=Recommendation&src=rechp&WT.nav=RecEngine&_r=2
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