Some parents figure that because they know how to drive, they can teach their kids to drive as well. This may work out for some families, but in most cases, it is not the best approach. No matter how competent you are as a driver, it's often better to send your child to driving school. Here's why.
1. They won't pick up on your bad habits.
When you've been driving for years, you slowly pick up bad habits without really realizing it.
The SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) tests a student's academic skills and the results are required during the application process that many colleges require. If your teen is a sophomore in high school, it isn't too early to begin preparing them for the SAT or PSAT test. A prep course or tutoring may greatly improve their test scores and will also get them accustomed to the type of questions that will be asked on either test.
If you are the parent of a young child who will be entering kindergarten in the next couple of years, you may be trying to decide whether or not to enroll them in preschool. While some areas offer free preschool programs through the school districts, the majority of parents are responsible for paying for preschool themselves. Luckily, there are many fantastic preschool programs at many price points, and some are quite affordable.