Open Accessibility Menu
Hide

Posts from June, 2019

Blog Search
  • 10 Ways Learning to Play an Instrument Can Strengthen Your Child's Brain
    10 Ways Learning to Play an Instrument Can Strengthen Your Child's Brain

    With more and more evidence linking playing a musical instrument to improved brain power and higher academic achievements, there’s really never been a better time for your child to take up a new hobby. In fact, science has shown how learning to play an ...

    read more
  • Tutor Doctor's Top Reading Picks for the Summer
    Tutor Doctor's Top Reading Picks for the Summer

    The summer holidays are upon us, which means it’s important to start thinking of ways your children avoid the dreaded ‘summer slide .’ Reading is an excellent way to keep young minds active during the long break! We know how many books there are to choose ...

    read more
  • How to Incorporate Learning into Your Summer Holidays
    How to Incorporate Learning into Your Summer Holidays

    The summer holidays are almost here, meaning for six weeks there’s going to be a lot of of spare time to fill. Often kids spend their break bored and use free time to watch TV and play video games, rather than exploring new hobbies and learning new skills. ...

    read more
  • How Gaming Can Enhance Students' Learning
    How Gaming Can Enhance Students' Learning

    Video games are often seen by many teachers and parents as a negative activity that students play in their free time, instead of studying. Even though it’s common to focus on the potential dangers of gaming, it’s easy to forget that parent-approved games ...

    read more
  • Teaching Your Teen About Managing Conflict with Peers
    Teaching Your Teen About Managing Conflict with Peers

    Being a teenager certainly isn’t an easy time. With all the physical and emotional changes taking place, it’s no wonder friendships can get tricky. No matter how much you want to protect your child from conflict, it’s inevitable there are going to be ...

    read more