Middle school, two words that can make a parent tremble. Your 7th grader is right in the middle of middle school! But that doesn't mean you have to run the other way. Instead help your child through this tough stage by providing them with fun ways to learn and grow. It doesn't matter whether you're a parent or teacher, helping to guide students through the middle school years is an important endeavor. During 7th grade there will be increased demands on your student's ability to communicate through writing. In addition to merely communicating a point, students will be expected to analyze and critique the views of others. In math, students are working to build a foundation for algebraic skills that will be built upon as they go through high school. In fact, many of the middle school skills are foundational for their future academic studies.
Educents is proud to offer a wide variety of quality, educational resources that can be used to help you teach the key skills and concepts in seventh grade.
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Life of Fred: Pre-Algebra 0 with Physics
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Build your own video games
Do your kid’s love to play video games? Why not help them create their own! Our courses are a great addition to your homeschool and after-school programs! Student’s of all ages are able to learn... Read More
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Let's Memorize States & Capitals
This set of 50 cards uses a proven memory system to teach the states and capitals of all 50 states By using silly pictures and word associations, children remember the capitals and tie them in with... Read More