Learn how to eliminate bad sensory triggers, that block learning, how to put good sensory triggers in that help the brain learn, and how to teach in any environment. Learn to identify learning environments you didn't know you had.
How does your child like to learn? Identifying their learning style is the key. We help you. Then you design their curriculum around their interests and obsessions. Use our Lesson Plans. Follow your child. Get results.
Testing without stress. How to use treasure hunts, mad libs, modelling, and role playing, then develop these into multiple choice, and finally standardized testing. All done gradually without the cell danger response being triggered.
Sensory input is the key to good and bad emotion. Learn to use good sensory triggers to teach science and help a child learn how their own brain and body work. Exploring the senses, leads to exploring the mind, leads to academic success.
Make friends with letters; learn to put them together into words, and then sentences. Reading, writing, and the art of public speaking - all done in nature in a way that feels effortless. Give your child real command of language.
Here you will find easy ways to approach the often so dreaded subject Mathematics. We cover simple things like counting, multiplications and more complex ones like equations, calculating the area of a circle, Pi, statistics and more.
The best way to learn history is to live it. Preferably in a way that is funny. It's not just about chronologies, it's about understanding why things are as they are today because of what happened before. Pre-history to modern times.
Geography and Politics: knowing how the world works is vital for a child that is going to grow into a leader of tomorrow. Humor is crucial here and a sense of how much cool stuff the world is packed with. Help connect your child with planet Earth.
Biology, Physics, and Chemistry: our modules start from the most basic and go quite advanced - all done using your own body and the world around you so the kids really get it. Every child is a scientist if they can learn kinetically.
Today's world requires that children enter the workforce knowing more than video games and how to work social media. We use the outdoors as well as screentime to ensure long term learning.