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October 13th, 2017

Everyday Activities that Can Help With the ITBS Subtests – Part 1

Everyday Activities that Can Help With the ITBS Subtests: Verbal Reasoning, Vocabulary, and Humanities Sections The ITBS (Iowa Test of Basic Skills) is an achievement test administered to students from Kindergarten through 8th grade. Schools offer this test as a means of examining students academic performance. They assess this measure of ability based upon the […]

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October 8th, 2017

Cooking with Your Kids: How Cooking Together Can Increase Your Child’s Math Skills

Let’s Make Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies Together! Today on the blog we will be delving into the exciting world of cooking and numbers. Baking and/or cooking is a cognitively engaging activity that combines tactile exploration with literacy and quantitative learning. Spending just a little time in the kitchen each week can be an excellent tool […]

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September 28th, 2017

Every Day Activities that Help With the CogAT Subtests: Quantitative Battery Part 2

Last week, we discussed what was on the CogAT Quantitative Battery and a few different activities that you can do to practice for it using things you likely already have around your house. This week, we will discuss two more activities you can do to help prepare for this section of the test. If you […]

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September 21st, 2017

Every Day Activities that Help With the CogAT Subtests: Quantitative Battery

In this post we will be continuing our discussion of the everyday activities that can help your child prepare for the CogAT subtests. Over the past 2 weeks, we discussed how to best practice for the CogAT verbal subtest. Today, the attention will be shifted to the quantitative battery, with the goal being to ensure […]

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September 14th, 2017

CogAT Practice: Everyday Activities to Help with the Verbal Subtest Part 2

Today’s post is a continuation of last week’s — CogAT Practice: Everyday Activities to Help with the Verbal Subtest. Today we’ll be going over a few more tips for practicing for the CogAT Verbal Subtest. using every day activities. For a refresher on what the CogAT entails, check out our CogAT Overview Page More Everyday […]

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September 7th, 2017

CogAT Practice: Everyday Activities to Help with the Verbal Subtest

Today’s post is the first in our series of how you can practice for the CogAT® by putting a little bit of extra effort into some every day activities. This week and next week I will give a few activities that will help with the verbal portion of the test. A Brief CogAT Overview The […]

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August 30th, 2017

Everyday Activities that Help with the WPPSI™ IV Subtests: Nonverbal

This post is a continuation of our series on every day activities for WPPSI IV Subtests. Last week, we discussed practicing for the WPPSI IV Verbal Subtests Today I want to focus on everyday activities that can help your child with the WPPSI IV Nonverbal subtests. These questions do not require verbal responses, and are […]

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August 23rd, 2017

Everyday Activities that Help with the WPPSI™ IV Subtests: Verbal Section

The WPPSI™ IV Test is broken into subtests, which help to easily identify what your child knows and understands, as well areas that could use improvement. As your child progresses through each subtest, the questions will gradually get more difficult; when your child misses a certain amount of questions in a row, the examiner will then move […]

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August 16th, 2017

WISC V – Top Mistakes Made on the WISC

You know the day is coming.  Your child is going to take the WISC V test and you know it will impact your child’s experience and placement in school. And of course you want the best for your child! So set your child up to perform at his very best level by avoiding these common […]

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August 11th, 2017

Back to School from A to Z

Back to School Checklist from A to Z Time for back to school is just around the corner, so we want to help you prepare with our back to school checklist!  The summer is just speeding by, isn’t it? Many parents feel overwhelmed at the prospect of getting ready for another school year. To help […]

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