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A lot of kids struggle with math in school. Once you get past the basics, the concepts can feel foreign and disconnected from everyday life. Weak attention skills can make it even harder.

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A lot of kids struggle with math in school. Once you get past the basics, the concepts can feel foreign and disconnected from everyday life. Weak attention skills can make it even harder.

Girl Reading for Pleasure

A lot of kids struggle with math in school. Once you get past the basics, the concepts can feel foreign and disconnected from everyday life. Weak attention skills can make it even harder.

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A lot of kids struggle with math in school. Once you get past the basics, the concepts can feel foreign and disconnected from everyday life. Weak attention skills can make it even harder.

Attention is a Limited Resource

A lot of kids struggle with math in school. Once you get past the basics, the concepts can feel foreign and disconnected from everyday life. Weak attention skills can make it even harder.

Struggling Reader

A lot of kids struggle with math in school. Once you get past the basics, the concepts can feel foreign and disconnected from everyday life. Weak attention skills can make it even harder.

A lot of kids struggle with math in school. Once you get past the basics, the concepts can feel foreign and disconnected from everyday life. Weak attention skills can make it even harder.

4 New Year’s resolutions your child can actually keep!

The New Year is a great time to assess and reset. It’s time to reflect on the past 365 days, the good and the bad, and craft a few resolutions to help you move into the next year with confidence and excitement. 

This year, when you sit down with your child to set a few goals for the year, think of a few achievable goals that can really help them develop. Here at BrainLeap, we have a few ideas.

5 Ways to Create Structure During School Holidays

Everybody is running around jacked up on sugar with no structure!!!

Please no! You’re already exhausted from Zoom-schooling your children and now you have them for 2+ weeks without any structure. How can this be? Hasn’t 2020 given us enough already?! 

We get it. You’re exhausted and you need simple ways to keep your child busy while you work, wrap their gifts and make breakfast, lunch, and dinner. BrainLeap has a few creative ways to create structure in your child’s schedule when they’re not in school. 

4 fun energizers for your home Zoom classroom

The transition to remote learning this past year has been a challenge for many families. Getting your child up and ready for school in your house seems somehow even more difficult than when they had to get to school! 

If you’re a parent, working from home with your kids can make things even more difficult. Making sure they stay focused on the teacher, do their homework, and let’s be honest, even logging into Zoom can take hours of your day. So what can you do to keep them engaged with their school work?