The honeymoon is over: How to develop a respectful coaching relationship to help your child master reading, writing, and Mathematics skills A respectful coaching partnership: Different but equal. Your child can be keen to work with you at home on reading, writing, and Mathematics skills in the beginning. If you had a honeymoon period when… Continue reading How to Develop Mutual Respect When Helping Your Child Learn New Skills
Revise, revise, revise! Over-learning, rote learning, practise, and revision are all words that have gone a little out of fashion the last years - to our children's detriment. The longer I work with children, the more I become firmly convinced that regular revision and practise of basic skills enables children to easily master and use… Continue reading Keep revising basic skills with your child
REVISE, REVISE, REVISE! Give your child a most important gift: The chance to revise their reading, writing, and Mathematics skills. Do not take for granted that the reading, writing, and Mathematics skills your child learnt yesterday, a few minutes ago, or last week, are remembered. Always revise reading, writing, and Mathematics ideas and skills until your… Continue reading Revise, Revise, Revise
Sometimes the roles of coach and student don't come naturally to a parent and child. However, there are a few simple guidelines you can follow to create a fun and effective coaching relationship with your child so they enjoy learning with you, and learn faster. You may be a parent who is home-schooling children or… Continue reading So how do I start teaching my child?
Welcome to where you can learn to help your children with reading, writing and maths. If you have children between 6 and 13 years, we can give you the tools or provide the services to help them become excellent students. This includes the Weird Word Game, the Families as Coaches Programme and the Coaching Guide,… Continue reading You can teach your child