As what is left of the school year winds down we want to remind you that Summer is a great time to move. Interest rates are down significantly and with the uncertain economy there may be more negotiating room on your dream home. If your plans are to make a move in the near future, we are here to help. Here are the pros to a Summer move according to Move.com.
Why it’s a good time to move: Home-selling season peaks in the summer, which means it’s a good time to sell your home. Increased demand for homes also means your abode is likely to sell for more during these months. Given that school-age children are also on their summer break, families will benefit from moving in the summertime. After all, disrupting the school year with a major move can be quite a difficult task for all involved. Longer days are another reason why moving in the summer is a great choice. More hours in the day means more time to move in and out of a home, giving you more flexibility.
For many parents moving may be deemed necessary to get into a more desirable school district. This can be an exhausting ordeal. Here are 10 Tips for Choosing the Best School for Your Child. While it may seem hard to imagine moving to a specific school district, many parents do it, especially here in Florida. Niche.com ranked the Top School Districts in the state.
Here’s a unique perspective on why some kids love school.
Why Do Some Kids Love School?
School is pretty much a job that we give to kids. Like the jobs we have as adults it is the place you must show up to every day, even when you don’t want to go. The business of learning is work. It involves mental focus and self-discipline. That discipline is an important part of how school shapes kids.
The important knowledge and skills that classes such as math, science, history, languages, and English are critical to helping children become well-rounded, intelligent adults but the self-discipline it takes to show up every day, work with others and finish the assigned work might be the most important skill school can instill in us.
The work that kids must put into school and the social anxiety that can come from learning how to interact with other people every day should make it easy to understand why many kids struggle with school. School can be an unpleasant experience for kids with learning disabilities, kids who have a conflict with teachers, kids who have social anxiety, kids who are bullied, and kids who struggle with the self-discipline you need to be a good student. Some people simply don’t like school, and some even go as far as being scared to death of going to school (known as Didaskaleinophobia).
So, if school has the potential to be such an unpleasant experience, why do some kids love school so much? We all went to school with some classmates who were full of enthusiasm and clearly enjoyed their classes. What can we do to encourage any child to have a positive experience in school and have a huge smile on their face when they step foot into school? It is possible to make school a place that even kids who were less than excited about going to school come to love. We explore five ways to make sure kids love school.Read More:
There are many things to consider when choosing the right school for you child, especially if that is the driving factor for your relocation. As a family-owned company, we want to help you make the right decision. To consult with one of our move coordinates please contact us at (954) 581-1711. We wish you a happy and healthy Summer.