A Grade Ahead

A Grade Ahead (formerly MathWizard) is an after-school enrichment academy providing math and English classes.Like tutoring, but better.

Formerly MathWizard. A Grade Ahead of Gahanna's educational enrichment programs promote critical thinking and problem solving while building essential skills.

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This parent's 'trick' to raising successful children

Discover a way to help your children find success later in life. https://cnb.cx/2XEY7vk

cnbc.com Esther Wojcicki, author of "How to Raise Successful People: Simple Lessons for Radical Results," joins "Power Lunch" to discuss her tips for raising successful people.

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Along with beach trips, take your kids to somebody else’s workplace this summer

Have you ever thought about using summer break as a chance to allow your child to learn about different jobs? https://on-ajc.com/2XGb5cb

ajc.com A former college dean says children as young as middle school should spend time this summer learning about possible careers by shadowing professionals in those fields. That early exposure will better equip them to not only choose a college major, but understand what is required.

We are proud to sponsor New Albany's Safety Town. Today we celebrated at their graduation ceremony!

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The Benefits of Board Games

Go old school by breaking out the board games this summer! https://bit.ly/2WDDvHv

scholastic.com Playing games with your kids is a perfect way to spend time together and build learning skills at the same time.

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10 ways to build math skills this summer | Parenting

Summer is a great time to build math skills. Learn why! https://bit.ly/2WyzY8i

greatschools.org Check out these 10 quick and easy ways to work math into your summer routine and help your child develop numbers sense.

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Summer Reading Guide 2019

With so many books to choose from, which ones will make up your summer reading list? https://bit.ly/2Wx1rqO

readingrockets.org Blast off with books this summer! There’s a lot to celebrate: the start of summer, time to sit down and cool off with stories in fact and fiction, maybe a family vacation. Here you’ll find funny stories, friendship stories, science and nature books, poetry, graphic novels, picture book biographi...

Congratulations to our Math Kangaroo national winners, Sanvi, Krish, and Suvam. You make us proud! How did your student place? Look for registrations for next year's test in November!

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A Grade Ahead - Educational Enrichment in Math, English, and More!

Are you ready to unlock your child's potential? https://bit.ly/2WsxJDr

agradeahead.com Unlock your child’s potential with A Grade Ahead! Our curriculum emphasizes accelerated learning and progression over time. Start learning today!

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A Grade Ahead Blog - A Grade Ahead's Favorite Fathers from Books

What better way to celebrate Father's Day weekend than with a favorite book? 📚 https://bit.ly/2F9iVUv

blog.agradeahead.com A Grade Ahead Blog - A Grade Ahead's Favorite Fathers from Books - With Father’s Day right around the corner, we thought it would be a fun idea to ask the A Grade Ahead team for their favorite fathers from books (including father figures)!

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How to keep your kids reading through the summer

A new summer season calls for a new reading list! https://www.dallasnews.com/arts/books/2019/05/28/keep-kids-reading-summer

dallasnews.com Yes, parents, there really is a magic formula to keep your kids reading through the summer and beyond. The secret ingredient? You.Research shows...

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Launching Young Writers

How can you help your child find a love for writing? https://bit.ly/2Zd48zM

readingrockets.org Find out why writing is so important in our lives, as well as practical suggestions for activities to help your child become a stronger writer.

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There’s Evidence on How to Raise Children, but Are Parents Listening?

What could we be getting wrong about parenting? https://nyti.ms/2Xe03uH

nytimes.com Day-to-day individual choices matter less than we think, but national policies seem to matter a lot.

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Science says parents of successful kids have these 23 things in common

We all want our children to be successful in life. How can you raise a child so that he or she has greater success in adulthood? https://bit.ly/2JVwdrR

greenwichtime.com Clive Rose/Getty Images Good parents want their children to grow up and do amazing things with their lives. While there are several factors that affect a child's development, most of it comes down to the parents. These factors and techniques are a great starting point for every aspiring great parent...

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Summer STEM For Kids

With these STEM activities, your child will never be bored this summer! https://bit.ly/2JbsR3T

littlebinsforlittlehands.com I'm bored be heard no more! If you are secretly wondering how in the world you are going to keep the kids busy (but not too busy) this summer, I'm here to help! Kids need free time to explore, but with 90 days of summer, 90-degree temps, you might want to check out some of our AWESOME science and ST...

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A Grade Ahead Staff School Subjects Survey - A Grade Ahead Blog

Check out what our teachers had to say about their favorite subjects in school! https://bit.ly/2WaIeLG

blog.agradeahead.com With the new A Grade Ahead school year right around the corner, we wanted to find out how our staff felt about certain school subjects when they were in school. The results were interesting, sometimes funny, and definitely brought back …Read full article

May Allah bless you with happiness this Eid-ul-Fitr!

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How to Keep Kids Reading This Summer | Child Mind Institute

Help your child find a love for summer reading! https://bit.ly/2K5gKol

childmind.org Tips for avoiding the summer slide, by having kids keep practicing skills they have developed in school.

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Parents would like kids to start considering their careers by age 5

How early is too early to start thinking about a career? https://bit.ly/2X9cDuX

theladders.com Survey data showed that 75% of parents wanted their child to go into the STEM/STEAM field (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics).

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Four Reasons to Start Classes in June - A Grade Ahead Blog

For some, June is the start of summer vacation. For others, it is the start of summer learning! https://bit.ly/2YYM1xx

blog.agradeahead.com Summer is when you go on vacation and leave school behind, right? So why does A Grade Ahead start classes in June? Why Start Classes in June? Yes, our school year starts in June. And, yes, that is when summer …Read full article

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How to Get Your Kindergartner to Love Math

Use these tips to take the stress out of math for your little one! https://bit.ly/2K7jVM3

fatherly.com Make it playful and leave the stress out of it.

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How to raise successful kids

How can we, as parents, set our children up for success in the future? https://bit.ly/2X2LmdJ

ktnv.com Harvard Researcher says he has the formula

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Creative ways to get kids to thrive in school

According to educator Olympia Della Flora, students need to know more than reading and writing. https://bit.ly/2JBNFl0

ted.com To get young kids to thrive in school, we need to do more than teach them how to read and write -- we need to teach them how to manage their emotions, says educator Olympia Della Flora. In this practical talk, she shares creative tactics she used to help struggling, sometimes disruptive students --....

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Get Ready for Summer! Ideas for Teachers to Share with Families | Reading Rockets

How will you keep the learning going this summer with your children? https://bit.ly/2rRtUti

readingrockets.org The school bell may stop ringing, but summer is a great time for all kinds of learning opportunities for kids. Try some of these fun summer learning activities.

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How to Introduce Your Kid to Coding Without a Computer

Don't have immediate access to a computer? No problem! Check out other ways to teach your children about coding. https://bit.ly/2LFPAXw

offspring.lifehacker.com If you want to teach your kid how to code, there’s certainly no shortage of apps, iPad-connected toys, motorized kits and programmable pets that you can buy for your future Google employee. Some are great, no doubt, but many focus on isolated skills, which may or may not be relevant in the decades...

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100 Children's Books Everyone Should Read in Their Lifetime

Are you trying to add books to your child's library before the start of summer? Check out these book ideas! https://bit.ly/2DWzgLB

rd.com Blossom a love for books and reading early in your child's or grandchild's life, and they'll reap the rewards for a lifetime.

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I Raised Two CEOs and a Doctor. These Are My Secrets to Parenting Successful Children

How can you help your child live a happy, successful life? https://bit.ly/2DUlXex

time.com Esther Wojcicki's five simple values

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5 ways to kill your dreams

Teach your children to bring their dreams into fruition by not allowing them to kill their dreams in the future. https://bit.ly/1JEJj2K

ted.com All of us want to invent that game-changing product, launch that successful company, write that best-selling book. And yet so few of us actually do it. TED Fellow and Brazilian entrepreneur Bel Pesce breaks down five easy-to-believe myths that ensure your dream projects will never come to fruition.

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8 Things to Remember about Child Development - Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University

Get the facts when it comes to child development: https://bit.ly/2Y1EMUZ

developingchild.harvard.edu Building on a well-established knowledge base more than half a century in the making, recent advances in the science of early childhood development and its underlying biology provide a deeper understanding that can inform and improve existing policy and practice, as well as help generate new ways of...

Happy Buddha Purnima tomorrow!

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Vocabulary Practice Doesn’t Have to be Boring! - A Grade Ahead Blog

Make vocabulary lessons fun with these games! https://bit.ly/2WlOSzt

blog.agradeahead.com With a skill like vocabulary, sometimes it seems like the only option for learning is repetition and memorization. But for many children, this method can lead to boredom or even frustration – especially if the child struggles with those types …Read full article

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6 Tips for Helping Young Kids Learn to Write

Help your child grasp the art of writing with these tips! ✍ https://u.org/2InXIZe

understood.org Is your child having trouble learning how to form letters and write words? Check out these tips for helping young kids learn how to write.

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30 Ways to Make Math Fun

Don't believe the myth. Math *can* be fun! https://bit.ly/2Wfwt7n

mrelementarymath.com Are you searching for some ways to add that extra something to keep your kids engaged? Well then check out the Ultimate List of Ways to Make Math Fun!

My 1st Grader Can't Read - Should I Be Worried? - A Grade Ahead Blog

At what age should your child be able to read? https://bit.ly/2vxQpqh

blog.agradeahead.com Reading happens at different times for each child. Most reading happens in a sequence, beginning with decoding letters and sounds. Then, forming words and sentences – eventually paragraphs. Leading to forming ideas and the understanding of what they are reading. …Read full article

What are your plans for Mother's Day weekend?

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A Grade Ahead's Favorite Mothers from Books - A Grade Ahead Blog

In celebration of Mother's Day, who is your favorite mother in a book? https://blog.agradeahead.com/post/2019/05/07/a-grade-aheads-favorite-mothers-from-books/

blog.agradeahead.com With Mother’s Day right around the corner, we thought it would be a fun idea to ask the A Grade Ahead team for their favorite mothers from books! In no particular order, I present to you everyone’s nominations below. Enjoy! …Read full article

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18 Genius Ways to Make Kids Love Reading | Parents

Are you looking to instill a love of reading in your child? 📚Start here: https://bit.ly/2oLuoS5

parents.com These tricks should get your kids reading on their own in no time!

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STEAM Inspired Mothers Day Gifts Kids Can Make

Did you know your child could use a STEM activity to make a Mother's Day gift? Check out these ideas! https://bit.ly/2Y0ftT3

littlebinsforlittlehands.com I don't really care for specific gifts from my son, especially store bought ones, for Mother's Day. Not to say there is anything wrong with it if that's your tradition. I like these 8 STEAM inspired Mothers Day Gifts kids can make while exploring, designing, and discovering new things! The gift of l...

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How to Make the Most of Preparing for Tests Material - A Grade Ahead Blog

What is the best way to help your child study for a standardized test? https://bit.ly/2XXB7re

blog.agradeahead.com A Grade Ahead’s Preparing for Tests material is curriculum designed to help students study for their standardized tests. Most of our academies offer this material in February to guarantee that students have time to study before testing begins. And when …Read full article

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How To Read To Your Child: Tips & Tricks - Raise Smart Kid

Is there a *right* way to read to your child? https://bit.ly/2Lg1hEa

raisesmartkid.com Learn how to get the most benefit out of reading to children, including tips on how to read to children to make them smart.

Emily demonstrates the water cycle in class. We are excited to announce science classes for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders beginning in June. Schedule today!

Happy birthday to our students in Gahanna!

[01/30/19]   A Grade Ahead of Central Ohio classes are cancelled tonight (Wednesday, 1/30) due to weather.

Thank you to everyone who made it out to our Open House in Gahanna over the weekend. We had a great time playing games, eating pizza, and sampling smoothies! Stay tuned for the date of our next Open House.

[01/26/19]   See everyone tomorrow (Saturday) at our Open House in Gahanna from 1-3! Food, games, and fun!!

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Curious about the February Preparing for Tests curriculum? View this video with Emily, our curriculum coordinator who explains the details.

Listen to our curriculum coordinator explain the importance of our upcoming curriculum focused on preparing students for standardized testing.

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1010 N Hamilton Rd
Gahanna, OH
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4357 Morse Rd
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