Sheryl explains some of the reasons your child may be struggling to learn fractions and provide suggestions for what you can do at home to help them.
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Tips for Building Early Numeracy Skills for Your Youngsters
I recently visited with Kelly Dharamshi from The Reader’s Corner. She is an expert tutor who supports early literacy as she works with children in grades Kindergarten through fifth grade. She and I have visited several times and we decided to collaborate. I do have a few kiddos that I support with reading, even thoughContinue reading “Tips for Building Early Numeracy Skills for Your Youngsters”
Do online tutors have community like classroom teachers do?
Do online tutors have community like classroom teachers do? Sheryl explains how she is building those relationships with other tutors and with families to help grow her reach within her community.
Part 2: Math Games for Christmas (and other wonderful holidays!)
Part 2: Math Games for Christmas (and other wonderful holidays!) For more information about Tutoring with Sheryl be sure to visit https://midwesttutor.com/home-2/
Simple Strategies to help your Third Grader through Sixth Grader Learn About Math
Need ideas for supporting your third through sixth grader with their math at home? Here are some suggestions that may help boost your child’s confidence and background knowledge. For more support with your child’s learning go to https://midwesttutor.com.
My child used to love school and now they don’t!
Sheryl addresses the problem of your child not liking school. She provides 3 simple strategies parents can use that may help with the issue.
It is my privilege to teach children!
Sheryl discusses how honored and privileged she feels to get the opportunity to work with children all over the United States. She shares the different ways she supports those students on their educational journey. See https://midwesttutor.com for more information.
Exiting the Classroom and Entering the Tutoring World
I recently shared this information on the app Clubhouse. I decided this made for a great Blog Post. You can listen to the clubhouse talk on the app, but I decided I would go ahead and recreate this into an audio version and share it on my blog post as well. I want others toContinue reading “Exiting the Classroom and Entering the Tutoring World”
I want to raise a reader!
So, you really want to raise a reader? Absolutely! It isn’t as difficult as it sounds! You just need to provide books and spend time reading to your kids. And, you need to model reading yourself. Sounds too good to be true? Well, I don’t think it is! All three of my kids were differentContinue reading “I want to raise a reader!”
What do tutors help with during the summer?
I have clients this summer who are working with me to enhance their skills in a variety of areas. They are not attending summer school and have chosen to work with me instead. We meet twice a week for either 2 half hour sessions, or we do 2 one hour sessions. I don’t recommend moreContinue reading “What do tutors help with during the summer?”
Summer Travel, Trip Planning Made Fun!
I know how challenging planning a summer vacation can be. I also know that just finding time for one can be the biggest challenge. I wonder if you ever considered having your children help you with your family trip planning. It always sounds so idyllic to think about a trip. The family will get toContinue reading “Summer Travel, Trip Planning Made Fun!”