2015 yearly archives

7 Simple Ways To Decrease Math Anxiety

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Dec 01,2015 | Posted in Academic Subjects, Math, Study Tips by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

Does your child struggle with math? Does math homework or math tests cause your child tension and stress? There are many ways to reduce math anxiety for your child. Here are 7 simple ways that will decrease your child’s math anxiety and create … Read More

What Type of Learner Is Your Child?

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Nov 19,2015 | Posted in Learning Styles by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

Every child learns differently. The way a child learns can impact their success in school greatly. It is important to know how your child learns best. Do you know which learning style best characterizes your child? (Hint: Your child may … Read More

How Much Do You Know About the ACT?

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Nov 17,2015 | Posted in ACT, Test Prep by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

As we prepare for the new redesigned SAT in the spring of 2016, many parents are inquiring for more information about the ACT. Our community is very SAT driven, however, the ACT is a great option for students. Here are some … Read More

I Am Taking The ACT, What Do I Need on Test Day?

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Nov 03,2015 | Posted in ACT, Test Prep by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

First and foremost being prepared is key to your success when taking the ACT exam. We put together a TO DO LIST for what is needed leading up to and including test day. Keep this list available so you are … Read More

What Is a Mock SAT and ACT Exam?

Standardized Testing
Oct 27,2015 | Posted in ACT, SAT Prep, Test Prep by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

Mock SAT and ACT exams are practice tests. These mock tests are given under the same timed conditions that a “real” SAT or ACT exam are administered. Mock tests follow the same administration procedures and policies as the actual tests. … Read More

Practice Makes Perfect

Oct 23,2015 | Posted in ACT, SAT Prep, Test Prep by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

You know the old saying, “Practice Makes Perfect.” When it comes to the SAT and ACT, “practice” means a chance of attaining a great score. Practice SAT and ACT tests are also known as “mock tests.” These mock tests have many … Read More

Tips on Selecting Details in a Book!

Oct 12,2015 | Posted in Note Taking Techniques, Organization, Reading, Study Tips, Teaching by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

As your child gets into reading longer chapter books it becomes more of a challenge for them to remember all the important details. It is important for them to read the book in its entirety but at the same time … Read More

15 Ways to Praise Your Child….Today

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Oct 03,2015 | Posted in Advocate for Your Child, Parent Blogs by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

Every child should be praised and encouraged for their efforts! There are many ways to show your child that you are proud of them. Here are 15 ways to show your child encouragement and praise. I am proud that you kept trying and that you … Read More

4 Tips on Studying Independently for the SAT and ACT

Frustrated Student Boy
Sep 28,2015 | Posted in ACT, SAT Prep, Test Prep by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

I plan on taking the SATs this fall and winter. I am considering studying on my own, do you have any tips on how to prepare for these tests on my own? Studying independently for the SAT and ACT exams is a … Read More

Homework Time or Family Stress Time?

Sep 23,2015 | Posted in Homework by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman
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The kids have been in school for more than a few weeks and homework is now a regular after school activity. How is your family handling homework time? Have your many organizational efforts fallen apart? Are you stressed out already? If you … Read More


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