Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 23, 2006
Boston, MA; August 21, 2006: Family Education, Family Education, the leading online publisher of learning-based materials for parents, teachers, and kids, launches its 2006 Back-to-School program Monday August 21st. This year’s program features free games, articles, expert advice, message boards, and much more, all aimed at providing families with a healthy, smart, and fun school year, learning-based content for educators, parents, and students/kids.
Family Education provides a unique offer that promises parents and teachers that their kids and students are well-rounded, informed, and on track for personal and academic success. Family Education’s Back-to-School Arcade offers games and activities across a variety of subjects from health and safety and classroom subjects to the most recent entertainment news. This innovative arcade creates an educational platform that allows children and adults to learn and play together.
Frequently, parents and even teachers find it difficult to connect with a children or students making it nearly impossible to pre-determine their knowledge base and problem areas. Often these potential problem areas can be avoided with extra teaching or simple adult engagement. The ability to identify these problems and provide support can greatly improve a child’s knowledge and avoid issues down the road. With Family Education’s Back-to-School Arcade parents and teachers can gain a child’s attention. Once children are drawn to the video game feel of the arcade, the testing and learning quickly begin with up-to-date quizzes on a variety of subjects. These quizzes are clearly defined and broken down into specific categories making it very easy to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a child.
The highlight of the 2006 Back-to-School Program is the school shopping spree with a grand prize of a $4,000; a prize welcomed by any teacher or family.
About Family Education
Launched in 1996, Family Education, is an online publisher of learning-based content for educators, parents, and students/kids.
Parents turn to Family Education to find practical guidance, grade-specific information about their children's school experience, strategies to get involved with their children's learning, free email newsletters, and fun and entertaining family activities. Family Education partners leading organizations from both the public and private sectors to help parents, teachers, schools, and community organizations use online tools and other media resources to positively affect children's education and overall development.
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