Keeping Your Child Motivated in School Between Now and Summer

Haishan Peiris, Best in Class owner and center manager, provides tips to keep students motivated in the second half of the school year when kids start feeling the slump. Parents can get kids excited again by being encouraging, keeping them organized, buying them new supples, and finding reasons to celebrate.

Source: Cleveland 19 News: Keeping your child motivated in school between now and summer

Haishan with tips on making learning fun in the second half of the school year.

Get Energized for Second Semester

Alan Hsu, Best in Class Manager, gives tips for energizing students for the second semester. Parents can re-energize students by getting organized and planning ahead, replacing worn out supplies, reassessing extracurriculars, and finding time to celebrate and relax.

Source: KGW8 Portland: Get energized for second semester

Alan provides tips for re-energizing kids for the second semester.

Reenergize Your Student - Five Tips for a Productive Start to Second Semester

All the excitement and anticipation of the holidays has finally fizzled as we enter the new year. We’re all a little familiar with the post-holiday blues, as the lights come down and the decorations are stored for another ten months. While it can be tempting to just start counting down the days until summer break, it’s important to set your student up for a successful start to second semester.

Best in Class Education, which helps K-12 students prepare for academic success through customized educational programs, understands that some students find it challenging to get back into the daily learning routine. There are, however, a few things you can do to prepare your student for a productive second school semester.

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Students walking together

Avoiding Holiday Brain Drain During Winter Break

While it sure is nice to kick back and unwind once school is out for Winter Break, you and your child should be wary of completely turning off their brains for a two or three-week period. Not unlike the “Summer Slide,” Winter Break can be a time where students shut down and lose a lot of what they learned in the first half of the school year. By incorporating education and learning into the holidays in a fun way, your child won’t feel like they are back in school but won’t have to suffer from learning loss.

Best in Class, which helps K-12 students prepare for academic success through customized educational programs, is constantly thinking of ways for students and parents to find new learning opportunities in their everyday lives.

Here are six ways you can help avoid brain drain during Winter Break for your child:

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Students studying

Best in Class Thanksgiving Learning Tips

Veronica Reyna, Best in Class Education Center owner of Cypress-Copperfield in Texas, provides learning tips for kids during Thanksgiving celebration.

Source: Click2Houston, KPRC: Thanksgiving Education

Veronica about Thanksgiving Learning

Third North Texas Location

Best in Class Education Center, a top-of-the-line education enrichment program that focuses on math and English, will open a new franchise location in east Plano in January 2017. With the support of the community, Best in Class expects to have 50 locations across the United States by February. Best in Class Education Center’s small group classes, materials focused on critical thinking and variety of program offerings help students to get ahead and stay at the top of the class.

Read more at Crain’s.

Priya Venkat working with student

Fun and Educational Halloween Tricks

Aruna Andrew, Best in Class Education franchisee, and students demonstrate fun ways to combine learning with creating creepy Halloween effects with dry ice.

Source: KVUE, ABC: Tricks that will be a treat for your kids on Halloween

Aruna with students and dry ice experiments

Best in Class Halloween Tips

John Crisafi, Best in Class Instructor, provides tips on combining learning with Halloween celebration.

Source: Good Day Sacramento, CBS: Best in Class Halloween

John Crisafi about Halloween

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