We often wish for extra time during the school year so that we can get students caught up in particular areas. Some students could use the time to strengthen their math foundations, while others could become more fluent readers. Some would benefit from time to learn how to write better, and others need better organization…
Who Is Lively Minds?
Lively Minds Tutoring is an educational services company providing dedicated and focused instruction 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 academic subjects for grades PreK through 12. We also provide study skills coaching and executive function coaching to teach students the strategies that they need to be successful learners.
From Our Blog
With the recent school closures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, at-home learning is quickly becoming a reality for many of our students, if it hasn’t already. So how can we best prepare our students for this e-learning revolution? Consider working through the following suggestions with your students to help prepare for at-home learning success. …
As we adjust to school closures and changes in learning environments, we would like to provide a user-friendly collection of free, online resources in each subject area. The following list is for online enrichment resources that students can use to explore music, art, and fitness. Some of these sites are free all of the time,…
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.