We are our own worst enemy, this we already know and we are guilty of succumbing to procrastination more often than we would have liked. Now the problem is: How do you get your teen to watch this without appearing overly preachy? Do you think this method could work for teenagers too?
Speaking of the SATs, how do teens in Asia prepare for this four-hour exam which will determine if they gain entry into prestigious American universities? Just before you go swipe the plastic for multiple copies of best-selling SAT prep books, it might be worth your time to go explore the College Board website first and see what they have to offer. Practice makes perfect, oh and good luck!
Speaking of math, here’s a simple trick this week that will hopefully make mental subtraction a little easier for primary school students. Let us know what your child makes of it.