Junior High School

Junior high school, or middle school, usually 6th or 7th through 8th or 9th grade, depending on the school district. Junior high school subjects cover mathematics, english, history, science, physical education, and art. If students struggle in middle school it is often in the main subjects of math, science, or english. Junior high can also be a difficult transition time period as students get used to more independent work and faster paced course work.

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Top 17 Pre-Algebra Worksheets: Free and Printable!

Before we give you the top 17 pre-algebra worksheets we’ve found, let us first answer the main question: “what is pre-algebra?” If you want to be a smart-aleck, I guess that any form of arithmetic before algebra could be considered “pre-algebra.” But Khan Academy’s description is more apt: “Think of pre-algebra as a runway. You’re …

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51 Helpful Math Websites for Teachers and Students

Your child’s success in school and on standardized tests like the PSAT, SAT, ACT, and state exams (depending on which state you are in) all hinge in great part on his/her math skills! Unfortunately, many parents report having forgotten most of what they learned about math from school and/or a general fear and anxiety at …

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Computer Coding for Kids Made Easy by these 21 Products and Apps

As technology becomes more prevalent in our lives, an increasing number of apps and organizations that teaching computer coding for kids have cropped up. Having coding knowledge will only provide more opportunities for your child, obviously! During our research on this project, we tried out over 50 of the most popular kids coding products and …

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How to Use a Planner: The Ultimate Guide for Students

Understanding how to use a planner for school is an essential skill in studying. Don’t believe me. Let me give you an example. You are relaxing at home after a long day at school after freelancing as a writer. You kicked back on the couch with some snacks, watching your favorite Netflix show, when suddenly …

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15 Classic Science Experiments for Kids and Teens!

If you’re looking for an idea for an upcoming science project, or just looking for something fun to do one afternoon… you’ve come to the right place because we listed some science experiments in this blog! Here at Student-Tutor, we love science! From Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, and Nikola Tesla, to today’s modern renegades like …

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Top 21 Math Websites for High Schoolers and Kids

You are probably reading this right now stressed and frustrated because of the 4 letter word “math.” Well, we understand! That’s why we have decided to compile the top math websites we have found you can visit to enhance your skills in numbers and problem-solving. Important Note: If you are a teacher, advisor, organization, or …

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19 Ways to Ease Your Child’s Middle School Transition

Your child did it! They made it through elementary school with flying colors, and now they’re ready to embark on the next phase of their academic journey–their middle school transition. Whoa! Where did the time go? And while we’re sure you’re excited–and your child is probably even more excited–it makes sense that they might be …

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Top 10 Strategies to Help Your Child Deal with Grade School Bullying

Whether it was being shoved in your locker in the halls or getting a swirly in the bathroom during lunch, we’ve all had to deal with bullies at some point in our lives. That’s why it is vital to learn how to deal with bullies at school. Okay, maybe those types of shenanigans only happen …

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Private School vs Public School: Which is Best for Your Child’s Future?

As your child nears the age of five, you’re going to have to make what might seem like one of the most important decisions of your life–where to send your kid to school. And, inevitably, you’ll have to pick a side of the private school vs public school coin. There are loads of beautiful schools …

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