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In case you’ve been living in a cave for the last few months, you probably know of, own, or are looking for a fidget spinner for your spinner crazed kid. This supposed calm-inducing toy du jour, has lovers and haters! We asked an expert for his take on this phenom. But first, here’s some condensed feedback…

May 8, 2017  – CEO Christine Pilkington was on Global Noon News talking about unique summer camps for kids for 2017. Think active, learning, entrepreneurial and even acting! She gives the low down on what these camps offer your kids. Five unique summer camps for kids! >> See our full list of media appearances >> Check out our Featured…

paying attention in school

Attention disorders such as ADHD or simply an inability to focus and pay attention is school is a common complaint from students, teachers and parents. Some kids stare out the window, others are the class clown and some get deeply frustrated, angry and unhappy. As parents, it’s easy to think that if they just focussed or tried harder, things would fall into place. Turns out it isn’t that simple.

School-related anxiety is common in students especially those with learning disabilities (and even some without!). We talked to Eaton Arrowsmith (EA) on how they (and we as parents can) help kids get calm and focused so they can develop learn and achieve their full potential.

We are excited to welcome Eaton Arrowsmith on board as a Crisp Media Community Builder! At Eaton Arrowsmith we teach our students a series of exercises to help them strengthen their brains and address the cognitive weaknesses that cause their specific learning difficulties. All of our schools operate on the principle of neuroplasticity – the…