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How To Bridge those learning gaps...

When I listened to parents over the last few months, I hear a lot of anxieties and worries about what their elementary level children have missed in the last two years.

While some parents are hoping that their children will eventually catch up, others are seeking extended support for learning. There is only so much that can be done in the classroom settings in terms of 'getting up to speed.'

Tutoring is available and offered through individuals or academic programs. There are also a wealth of academic holiday camps in the GTA. The year 2020 was tough, 2021 was challenging, but 2022 brings a lot more opportunities as restrictions are lifted gradually and safely. It is a good time to start looking for academic support for your children especially with the upcoming summer holidays.

Children do need to decompress and have a little fun, but parents should take the opportunity to seek some academic support to get their children caught up, especially in foundational things as Language and Mathematics. Other popular subject areas offered through holiday programs are Science and Computer Technology. Parents must remember that though Coding is becoming quite popular and is now a part of the curriculum, children must learn and understand the fundamental skills that will even enhance their coding ability; such as Mathematics. Number sense and literacy (reading) will be an ongoing skill requirement and learning as children navigate though their academic journey.

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