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Paradise, Nevada Tutoring Programs
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Paradise District and Curriculum
The curriculum in Paradise schools is in alignment with the state of Nevada’s school curriculum guidelines. The Language Arts/Literacy curriculum gives students the skills they will need to become lifelong readers, listeners and speakers, so that they can be successful in a chosen profession. The math curriculum begins with Kindergarten students by teaching the basics of operations, shapes and patterns. Ultimately, students also learn logical and abstract reasoning. The goal is to provide students with the skills necessary to be competitive in the world market.
We currently cover the following Paradise-area school district: Clark County School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Paradise District Curriculum
In Math, students learn shapes and sorting into the correct groups. All of the skills mastered throughout the lower grades are designed to prepare students for the more complex operations they will need to use in high school. In high school students learn to make sense of mathematical problems, working them until they are able to solve them. They learn to analyze problems and to they learn to use problems to draw tables and graphs that represent parameters.
The skills learned in Language Arts are used in all content area classes. In lower grades, students learn the basic skills of letter recognition and sounds, as well as listening and recall skills. These skills will be built on with each higher grade until students reach the level of high school where they use more complex skills. The goal of the curriculum is to prepare all students for real life application of their learned skills.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Paradise Educational News
- Mob Museum - The Mob Museum is located in Las Vegas, and is a museum that tells the history of law enforcement and the mob. The museum contains the actual wall from the St Valentine’s Day Massacre, as well as many other notable artifacts. This museum offers yet another great learning experience.
- Adventuredome Theme Park - The theme park holds 5 acres of indoor amusement park for family entertainment, with rides both large and small. The park also offers interactive educational activities for all grades. There are Physics Days, which teach about subjects like gravity and kinetic energy. There are school team building events and performing arts. They also have special fun days for school field trips. Adventuredome Theme Park offers great educational activities for students that can easily be integrated across the curriculum.
- The National Atomic Testing Museum - The museum offers a special program for school trips. Visitors can take a free mp3 audio tour of the museum. Educational programs and activities center on current global topics, as they show the significance of lifelong learning through STEM programs, which will complement the STEM program at Clark County Schools. On the field trip, students will learn the history of nuclear testing and students will be able to interact with exhibits. Science and history are integrated with culture and current events. The museum’s program is aligned with Nevada’s curriculum standard guidelines.
Paradise Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Parents as Teachers First
Did you know that your child’s most important years for academic success are the first five years of life? Studies have shown that parents are the key to building a solid foundation for a child’s academic success. Because of research in this field, in 1981, the state of Missouri founded the Parents as Teachers First organization. The goal of this organization is to train parents and support them in the teaching of their preschoolers. The organization designs and helps parents implement curricula for teaching their children. They provide support for you as you become involved in your child’s earliest education experiences.