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This starts with learning how to write!! Great skill to learn at any age!

Every semester, I see the tweets and Facebook posts. My professor friends, they are annoyed. Their students do not know how to write…
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The summer slide is a reality, not a myth!
Keep your child academically engaged during the summer.

Whether it be our incredible High School Writing Workshop taught by 2 associate English professors from UWM OR
-small group instruction in math/reading/ writing OR ...
-one to one remediation or enrichment in reading/reading comprehension/writing/math OR
-ACT/SAT/HSPT test prep
-ALL age and grade levels welcomed.

Lakeside Educational Services, the number #1 premier east side educational company, will create a summer curriculum for a specific number of sessions you decide upon, that will work with your summer schedule.
Summer is about exercising the brain as well as the body.

Contact Judy Cohen
http://www.lakesideeducationalservices.com
414 736 0289 Let's Talk.

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It is critical your high school student learn to write, using organization, clarity, high-level vocabulary combined with details and examples.
An 8 day (mornings only) summer writing workshop taught by 2 UWM associate English professors will strengthen those skills. Lakeside Educational Services is registering students NOW for this workshop.
We look forward from a visit from Christina Craig, a college counselor, to talk about writing college essays.
Seats are limited, please contact Judy Cohen ASAP for further information.
414 736 0289

Mental strength helps kids bounce back from setbacks. It gives them the strength to keep going, even when they’re plagued with self-doubt. A strong mental muscle is the key to helping kids reach their greatest potential in life.
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Although keeping your kids inside a protective bubble will spare you a lot of anxiety, playing it too safe teaches your child that fear must be avoided at all times.
Show your kids that the best way to conquer fear is to face it head-on, and you’ll raise courageous people who are willing to step outside their comfort zones.

Raising a mentally strong kid does not mean a child won’t cry when he/she is sad or won't fail sometimes. Mental strength won’t make your child immune to hardship — it also won’t cause him to suppress his emotions.

Striking out at the baseball game or failing a science test doesn’t make a child a victim. Rejection, failure, and unfairness are a part of life.

Refuse to attend your kids’ pity parties. Teach them that no matter how tough or unjust their circumstances, they can always take positive action.

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Don't let your child get on the summer slide!! Keep them academically engaged during the summer.
Whether it be the High School Writing Workshop OR
-small group instruction in math/reading/ writing OR
-one to one remediation or enrichment in reading/reading comprehension/writing/math OR ...
-ACT/SAT/HSPT test prep
-ALL age and grade levels welcomed.
Lakeside Educational Services, the premier east side educational company, will create a summer curriculum for a specific number of sessions you decide upon, that will work with your summer schedule.
Summer is about exercising the brain as well as the body.
Contact Judy Cohen
http://www.lakesideeducationalservices.com/
414 736 0289 Let's Talk.

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Don't put your child get on the summer slide!! Keep them academically engaged during the summer.
Whether it be the High School Writing Workshop OR
-small group instruction in math/reading/ writing OR
-one to one remediation or enrichment in reading/reading comprehension/writing/math OR
-ACT/SAT/HSPT test prep...
-ALL age and grade levels welcomed.
Lakeside Educational Services, the premier east side educational company, will create a summer curriculum for a specific number of sessions you decide upon, that will work with your summer schedule.
Summer is about exercising the brain as well as the body.
Contact Judy Cohen
http://www.lakesideeducationalservices.com
414 736 0289 Let's Talk.

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The case for saying no
Saying yes to something you don’t want to do prioritizes being polite over being genuine, argues uniquelyHR CEO Mikaela Kiner — and all those extra yeses will cost you.
Saying NO isn’t easy, but it’s essential. To get started, Kiner suggests you start with a simple question: “If I don’t do this, will it matter in three weeks, three months, three years from now?” Putting requests in context can help you determine what’s actually critical.

Lakeside Educational Services offers private summer academic coaching to strengthen skills and/or provide academic enrichment.
Help your child strengthen skills over the summer, in a one to one academic session mixed with success and fun. The "Summer Slide" is real!

Math tutoring in all areas.
ACT, SAT, private high school testing prep - schedule sessions that will work with your summer schedule....
Call 414 736 0289
http://www.lakesideeducationalservices.com

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Lakeside Educational Services has phenomenal tutors for all levels of Spanish, math, reading/reading comprehension, writing, study skills and overall academic organization. If your child needs skill strengthening, never hesitate to contact Judy Cohen
www.lakesideeducationalservices.com

Reading comprehension is the ability to read written material, process it and understand its meaning. Fluency is the key for comprehension. A fluent reader does not focus on decoding individual words. Instead, concentrates on the context of the written material.
Lack of fluency negatively impacts comprehension as the reader cannot fully relate to the entirety of the context. The three common roadblocks to comprehension related to fluency are:
-Reading too quickly without und...erstanding the context
-Decoding too slowly and getting stuck for too long on unfamiliar words
-Guessing words incorrectly instead of reading
Lakeside Educational Services will prepare a summer reading program to help your child become a stronger reader. I will make sure it fits your summer schedule.
Lakeside also prepares programs to strengthen and /or enrich writing and math skills. Contact me ASAP.
Judy Cohen- jejumibr@yahoo.com

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Children are the mirrors of you and your house!. We can't expect them to be what we are not. It doesn't mean that we need to lower the expectations of our children. Instead, we need to increase expectations for ourselves.
If we want our kids to be polite, patient, and positive, we need to model the politeness, patience, and positivity!
Start changing in yourself the behaviors that you don't like in your children. Be what you want your kids to become!

“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything” - George Bernard Shaw

April is National Autism Month. Give someone you love a copy of Mikey, on Amazon or visit www.lakesideeducationalservices.com/mikey. 2nd book coming soon.
-Myth — Kids on the spectrum do not want to be with others and cannot make connections. The fact is, many of them DO want relationships, but do not know how.
-A meltdown is different from a temper tantrum. During a meltdown, a child is not choosing their behavior. Something has frustrated them to the point of not being able to control themselves any longer and many times they just do not have the words to express their feelings. A temper tantrum is usually caused by a child trying to get their way about something.

April is National Autism Month. Give someone you love a copy of Mikey, on Amazon or visit www.lakesideeducationalservices.com/mikey. 2nd book coming soon. Important facts about Autism. (Watch for more)
-Change is not easy for any child but is especially difficult for those on the autism spectrum. Knowing about events that are coming up can make it easier to deal with. Using a calendar can be a helpful tool.
-Children will need practice with being flexible as well. They need h...elp to find tools they can use to deal with situations where things are new and unexpected. Giving them some practice in a safe environment can be very helpful to them. This can be as simple as trying a new food for dinner (while having sides that are favorites) or taking a new route to school.
-They often need a “cool down” space where they can be alone and quiet, a space in each classroom is helpful.
-Social cues need to be explicitly taught. Teaching how to read peoples faces, expressions, and body language is key.

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April is National Autism Month. Give someone you love a copy of Mikey, on Amazon or visit www.lakesideeducationalservices.com/mikey. 2nd book coming soon.
Important facts about Autism. (Watch for more)
-Autism is a spectrum disorder not all people diagnosed with ASD will have the same gifts, abilities, or challenges.
-Autism now affect 1 in 68 children and 1 in 42 boys. Boys are nearly five times more likely than girls to be diagnosed with autism.
-Children with autism do pro...gress – early intervention is key.
-Comorbid conditions often associated with autism may include Fragile X, allergies, asthma, epilepsy, bowel disease, gastrointestinal/digestive disorders, persistent viral infections, PANDAS, feeding disorders, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, ADHD, Tourette Syndrome, OCD, sensory integration dysfunction, sleeping disorders, immune disorders, autoimmune disorders, and neuroinflammation.

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A wise person once said ...There comes a time in your life, when you walk away from all the drama & people who create it. You surround yourself with people who make you laugh, forget the bad, & focus on the good. So love the people who treat you right, pray for the ones who don't.
Life is too short to be anything but happy.
REMEMBER,Falling down is a part of life, getting back up is living.