Gifted and Classical Test Prep Options: What's Best for Your Child?
Spring is here and now is a great time to start preparing your child for the upcoming CPS Gifted and Classical elementary school admissions test that will take place this Fall or even in early 2014!
If you are a preschool or early elementary parent who is seeking information on private tutors, critical thinking activities, or brain training bootcamp programs, please join Educational Consultant, Lemi Erinkitola, on Saturday, April 13th (1:30-3pm or 3:30-5pm)and discover options and resources that best fits your child's needs.
Taking tests is a skill. At this event parents can learn how to avoid teaching frustration by identifying their child's preferred learning style and using simple "at-home" strategies designed to stimulate young minds including "the bookworm," "the social butterfly," "the collector of prize possessions," "the creative artist,"the great debater, and "the sensitive learner"
Pre-K through 4th grade parents can also learn:
What resources are available to nurture my gifted child?
What's the difference between Gifted and Classical Testing?
How does testing for kindergarten differ from other grade levels?
What are the pros and cons of various test prep methods?
How to prepare your child for testing in a fun and playful way
What resources should I use if my child is learning multiple languages? .
How can I boost my child's critical thinking skills?
How can I improve my child's listening skills?
Where can I find a private tutor?
What strategies work best for parents of twins and multiples?
Plus, hear real testimonials from parents who prepared their talented tots for gifted and talented admissions tests. How did they do it and what did they do?
Raffle prizes, discounts,
Registration is required. Adults only please! Seating is limited!
Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) Campus (View)
10 W. 31st Street
Chicago , IL 60616
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|