2015 National Parenting Gifted Children (NPGC) Week is July 19-25, 2015!

NPGC2015-300x2222015 National Parenting Gifted Children (NPGC) Week is just around the corner! Now, you can win two passes to the 2015 conference in Denver!

The third week in July is a special time for those who parent gifted children. NPGC Week celebrates the occasion with a week-long event highlighting the special joys and challenges of parenting a gifted child!

As part of the celebration, now you can win TWO free registrations to the 2015 Annual Conference. For more information, including a full list of rules, please visit National Parenting Gifted Children (NPGC). This contest ends July 16.

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Top picks for educational summer road trips throughout Delaware and southeastern Pennsylvania that will keep kids engaged!

LOGO_medium (1)There’s still plenty of summer left and as the pool, parks, and even outdoor play begin to pale, many parents wonder, “How can I continue to keep my kids active and engaged?”

My suggestion? Sneak a little learning into that summer vacation through an educational field trip… or two!

We are fortunate to have many world-class destinations right here in the tri-state area. From the stunning horticultural displays at Longwood Gardens, to the meticulously decorated period rooms of Winterthur, there’s so much to see and do. So, to sneak in a little learning — you won’t have to travel far.

How to select the right tutoring service in Delaware for your student? Your questions answered!

tutoring in DelawareWith so many tutoring options available today, you may be understandably confused. What’s the difference between 1-on-1 and small groups? Will SAT prep really help my child get a better score? And, is tutoring just for K-12 or can anyone get academic help?

Below are some of the most important questions you should ask where investigating a tutoring service.

Is the tutoring 1-on-1?
At Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, our 1-on-1 tutoring approach provides maximum benefits by increasing knowledge of subject matter and building self-esteem. There is always one tutor per student and never any small groups.

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