S-P-E-L-L-I-N-G Tips

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Even as an adult, spelling can be challenging. So when your child begins to feel frustrated by their spelling skills, it’s important to help them work through any challenges they may be facing. Spelling takes time, practice, and patience. Here’s

Benefits of Journaling

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As humans, our ability to communicate with each other is a crucial part of our everyday lives. From learning to express thoughts to improving spelling and reading comprehension, journaling is a daily activity that can strengthen your child’s communication skills.

Let’s Make a Puzzle!

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Any trip to the store will show you  — puzzling is the newest craze. As we all look to spend more time with our families (and away from screens), puzzles have become one of the most relaxing ways to spend

Building an At-Home Library

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With all the extra time spent at home, many of us are left wondering how to fill the hours. While the first week of movie marathons was exciting, most of us are looking to fill our days without staring at

Finding the Right Summer Camp

One thing I never anticipated as a parent was the need to plan so much, and so far ahead. Maybe I don’t like to think about it because the kids are getting bigger so quickly and the years are flying

Reading Nutrition Labels

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Creating a healthy relationship with food is a great way to encourage your child to develop and continue healthy habits as they grow. The nutrition label — found on any box of candy or bag of chips — is a

Improving Attention Spans

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It can be hard to pay attention. We’ve all been faced with tasks that we may not feel passionate about and find ourselves staring out the window rather than doing productive work. Even children can have trouble focusing. Lake Forrest

What You Need to Know About Head Lice

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Lice are pesky, contagious creatures, and in a classroom setting, they can spread quickly. In fact, the CDC estimates that anywhere from six to 12 million children aged three to 11 suffer from head lice each year. Lake Forrest Prep,

Preparing for High School: Classes

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It may feel like it’s still the first day of classes, but for our graduating students, high school is just around the corner! Lake Forrest Prep, an Orlando private school, is here to help you prepare for the next step

Collecting Pennies

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Budgeting money is something that adults do every single day of their life. But to your child, money seems like a much more simple concept. Lake Forrest Prep, an Orlando preparatory school, has ways to help teach your child about