Organization is one of the best way to start improving your student’s study skills. Organizing can be applied to multiple different areas of your student’s life, and it will start to improve more than just academic scores. Here are some of the benefits of students becoming more organized. Organization saves time Taking…
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.
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Improving literacy through engaging interaction is a wonderful way to immerse your child into the world of learning. We have compiled nine fun and easy ways to help your learner start on the right track to literacy. Create a Book Wall Have your child draw a new cover of a book she just read, based…
When students are aware of themselves, they are able to enjoy more success in most areas of their lives, including academics. Self-awareness gives students the ability to act independently, direct their own learning, be internally motivated, act intentionally, and be true to who they are. They also have a resilience that allows them to handle…
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.