August says hello and from now on, with every passing day of your summer fun, your unfinished homework is becoming a bigger problem. And if earlier you were looking for how to spend 15 minutes per day on homework, now that might not help. However, there are some ways to deal with it regardless of the lack of time left before the beginning of the next academic year. Read the rest of this entry »
In today’s modern world of endless data and ground-breaking technology, it is important to stay in the know. Keeping up with the latest technological trends is important and one of the fastest evolving technological fields is computer programming, which is also becoming more and more popular as a discipline in colleges and universities. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s natural to find a book review among all those college summer assignments, especially considering the variety of readings a student has to cope with. A book review is a rather practical task, which not only develops your worldview but may also come in handy when after some time you want to refresh what a certain book is about. However, there’s a bad thing about book reviews, too: not all of us know how to properly write them. And here we come for help with several steps to follow to get it done. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s been many years since the necessity of the summer homework packet was first questioned but nothing has actually changed about that for students. Some persistently defend student’s rights to have rest whereas others take the opposing position stating that children will end up with a knowledge loss if they are not given homework at all. Read the rest of this entry »
What do you personally associate summer with? Sunny beaches, lots of free time, family gatherings and parties with friends, gardening, hobby time, learning new skills, and… homework, anyone? We doubt if these two ever go along together in your projection. However, homework remains an essential part of summer break, which a student can’t escape. But let’s look at some ways of combining homework and recreation that can make your academic strain easier to overcome. Read the rest of this entry »
If there’s anything that excites kids and teenagers more than school vacation, it’s going to a summer camp. This marks the time of year when they can engage in outdoor activities, try out new sports, and make new friends—all while honing their life skills.
Nothing compares to a full day of activities that leave the participants feeling exhausted yet looking forward to the next day for more. While the old summer camps focused on the basics such as ceramics, hiking, and archery, many of the summer camps today offer a wider range of activities. Some even focus on one specific activity such as acting or marine biology. Surely, there’s a great summer camp out there for everybody. Read the rest of this entry »
Being a student means being stressed. Stress rains down on you from different factors like socialization, family, personal life and studying on the top of them all. And the culmination of all academic stresses is the exam stress coming out from the moment the teacher announces the date of your exam and all the tension, anxiety and panic build up. Read the rest of this entry »