Our Director Dr. Levy frequently writes education-related articles and blogs for magazines, newspapers, and other publications. Some of these articles are detailed below.

August 17, 2017
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Transitioning Back to School

While most kids are still knee-deep in summer fun, the new school year is just around the corner. During these months off school, it's easy to fall out of a regular structured routine, and both reading time and learning activities often fall to the sideline. Help your child transition back into "school‎ mode" and prepare for the new year with the ideas detailed below.
July 13, 2017
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Fun Rainy Day Activities for Children

Summer is a time for playing outside, splashing in the pool, and ‎making sand castles at the beach. Yet during this fun-filled season, many students lose one to three months' worth of learning without continued academic instruction. Help your child prevent summer brain drain while still having fun with the ideas detailed below.
June 29, 2017
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5 Tips For Preventing Summer Slide

Summer is a times for outdoor games, poolside laughter, and fun in the sun. Yet, it is also a time when many kids lose valuable academic skills. In fact, research tells us that kids can lose up to three months of academic gains in reading and math over the summer. Help your child continue to build her academic skills and prevent the all too common “summer slide” with the ideas detailed below.
May 31, 2017
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Help Prevent the Summer Brain Drain

Summer is a time for playing outside, splashing in the pool, and ‎making sand castles at the beach. Yet during this fun-filled season, many students lose one to three months' worth of learning without continued academic instruction. Help your child prevent summer brain drain while still having fun with the ideas detailed below.
May 15, 2017
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Ways To Boost Your Child’s Language Development

Developing early language skills is a critical component of your child’s success in school. ‎In class, children must listen and process new information, communicate with peers and teachers, and express themselves clearly and effectively.