Power in the Mind
  • "Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today."  — Malcolm X

    "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." — Nelson Mandela

Intellectual Interactions

    • Read Daily:  Take at least 30 minutes a day to read to and with your child (books, novels, magazines, newspaper articles, etc.), this helps to build your scholar's vocabulary 
    • Do Puzzles:  Aside from being fun, solving puzzles helps to improve brain function and sharpen your memory
    • Spend Quality Time with Family:  Relax and interact with your family over dinner, a movie, or a board game such as Monopoly, my favorite
    • Mystery Science Projects & Stem Challenges:  There are quick projects that come with the science lessons that families can do together  
    • Listen to Instrumental Music: While music without words is soothing, it also helps to strengthen focus
    • Start a Journal:  Use a notebook to organize your thoughts of the current events