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Showing posts from October 28, 2007

Help Your Kids Improve Their Skills With Extra Tutoring During the Holiday Season by Susan Hutson

Holiday time is the best time for children to enhance their educational skills at a slow and comfortable pace, in order to keep abreast with the competitive environment at school. Many children prefer to spend part of their holidays catching up on their schoolwork, with or without parental influence. In today’s fast moving society, the need for such extra coaching is becoming a crucial necessity, for many children find it difficult to cope with the aggressive and competitive school curriculum.

Many parents prefer the assistance of private tutors for their children during the holiday season, for several reasons:

· Ease of conducting lessons at home where the child feels most comfortable and tolerant
· Professional approach in coaching, promising a more effective outcome
· Less need to micromanage and get involved, giving parents the freedom to carry out their own holiday chores
· Provides individual attention to the child, allowing the practice of personalized study methods that will hold…

Menu Monday Plan - October 29

This week, our church is having their annual Harvest Fair. There's carnival rides, facepainting, food and games booths and lots more. It's a big event, usually attracting 5000+ people. Sounds like a safe, fun evening, for the whole family.

At work, we had our first site inspection. It went very well and we're very pleased with the results. Who knew that storage could be so busy and fun. I actually don't feel like I'm working. And I love being able to work with my husband and son. We have a great time and really respect each other's expertise.

Well, enough of that, now onto this week's menu!

Tilipia and Mixed Veggies

Spaghetti with Italian Sausage and Veggie Sauce

Sandwiches and Soup

Chicken Alfredo with Wheat Linguini