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30 May 2013 ~ 0 Comments

‘Counting’ by Kiddom

‘Counting’ App by kiddom Areas for child development:- Counting Develops skills of one to one correspondence as it promotes touch counting. Kids touch and can move the objects while counting. Sorting skills / making sets Children have to count a certain item, within a group of other items. I love that this encourages set making and [...]

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15 May 2013 ~ 4 Comments

DIY Phonics Flip Board

How to make your own Phonics flip board. What you need: Spiral bound Note book Pens Scissors How to construct: Turn the book landscape with the spirals at the top. Split the book into  3 equal sized columns and cut the columns all the way to the top.   Write all the consonants on the [...]

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12 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

How to be prepared for enquiries from new Tutoring Clients: Email Always reply quickly and professionally to received enquiries. Answer all questions they may ask. Suggest a meeting in person.  Phone Call Be prepared. I can tell a few stories of how my first phone enquiries went. To put it mildly, they were awful. When [...]

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08 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Tutoring the little kids: Where to start? Meet the child and parents first in an informal setting. A coffee shop works well. Get to know the parents and the child and ensure that everyone is a good fit. It is so important that both the child and parent feel secure and comfortable with you as [...]

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