Summer learning is especially beneficial because students do not have the demands of a full school day, and they can accomplish much more in a short period of time. So how do you know if summer learning would be helpful to your student? Consider the following questions. 1. Has your student struggled to keep up…
Who Is Lively Minds?
Lively Minds Tutoring is an educational tutoring firm providing dedicated and focused tutoring in order to foster academic strengths, cultivate effective study skills, and instill a genuine confidence built on achievement.
Why Choose Lively Minds?
Lively Minds Tutors are professional educators who create individual learning plans based on each student’s needs. We provide affordable and effective tutoring, and we know how to help your child. We are passionate about creating life-long learners.
What Lively Minds Offers?
Lively Minds offers in-home, individual instruction in all academic subjects for grades PreK through 12. We provide academic coaching to teach students executive functioning and study skills. We also offer academic intervention to support students with differentiated learning needs.
From Our Blog
Deciding on the right kind of help when our students are struggling can be overwhelming. The following list of six main types of tutoring will help clarify what the tutoring is, what it is trying to accomplish, and what type of student would benefit from it. After you have determined what type of tutoring would…
As parents, it is very difficult to watch our children become defeated and struggle with self-esteem, yet it is a common issue that we are all faced with at some point. When kids get defeated, they often turn the feeling inward and start to question themselves and their abilities. It is essential for them to…
Each student is a priority to us, and Lively Minds takes a personal and holistic approach to develop effective learning solutions. Our team of educational experts partner with parents, teachers, and students to assess strengths, areas for improvement and learning preferences. We then develop a plan that includes engaging and intentional instruction that teaches our students not only what to learn but how to learn.