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03/17/2014

Ahhhh, yes!  We can finally see light at the end of the tunnel.  After a brutal winter, summer is quickly approaching.  It's that time of year that we start thinking about summer vacations, swimming, outdoor activities, and trips to the park.  Kids start thinking that...
03/11/2014
So How Many Total Squares (Of All Sizes) Are On An 8x8 Checkerboard?


Think of the number of 1x1 squares, 2x2 squares, etc.  Let's do the math in reverse order.  Do you see a pattern?
8x8 squares = 1
7x7 squares = 4
6x6 squares = 9
5x5 squares = 16
4x4 squares = 25
3x3 squares = 36
2x2 squares =...
03/06/2014

As part of our continuing effort to assist education of our community students, The Tutoring Center of Long Grove will donate a dollar ($1.00) to local schools for every new Facebook Like from local communities on our Center's page - https://www.facebook.com/TheTutoringCenterLGIL (up to...
02/25/2014
Are you wondering how this works out for any phone number?  Take a look at the steps below.  Assume the first three digits of your phone number are designated 'x' and the last four digits are designated 'y'.

1. Grab a calculator
2. Key in the first three digits of your phone number (NOT...
02/23/2014
There are several important standardized tests that your child will inevitably come across while progressing through the Illinois education system. The two most common tests are the Illinois Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) and the Prairie State Achievement Examination (PSAE), the former...
02/14/2014

Valentine's Day Riddle! There are 23 students in the fourth grade class. Each student gives every other student in the class a card. How many cards are exchanged?


The answer: 506
Each of the 23 students hand out 22...
02/12/2014

In This Issue of the Family Newsletter:

*Dr. Thalheimer on Study Skills
*Free Tuition Incentives
*More on Completing Homework/Classwork
*Writing Program and Office Corner
*The Tutoring Center's Study Skills Program*Q & A...
01/27/2014
When your child consistently fails to complete homework assignments, you need to step in. Can your child usually complete assignments with extra assistance and encouragement? On most evenings, children should be able to complete assignments independently. If they seem to require more help...

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