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How to Help Your Child with Writing Topics

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WHEN MY CHILD IS ASKED TO WRITE, HOW CAN I HELP? [This is available as a free product.] Here are some simple guidelines. Try to follow in sequence. Teachers say, “Make a plan”. In my view, that is not the first step. MAKE A LIST Tell your child to “Make a list”. The list is […]

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‘A’ is for Algebra

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I asked my good friend, Dr David Perkins, to contribute a post called ‘A’ is for Algebra. This is an introduction to algebra. His Bio Details are at the end of the post. NOT SO HARD “If we are to believe television sitcoms, algebra is a branch of mathematics to be feared; to understand it […]

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The Debate About Cursive Script

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There is a view developing in education circles that learning to write in cursive script is a waste of time. Associate Professor Dr Misty Adoniou said in early 2015 in The Conversation, “The research doesn’t find any benefits for cursive writing.” She added the following, “Cursive writing is cute, and nice, and decorative if you’ve […]

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