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Helping Children Remember

Helping children remember  You’ve probably heard this axiom before, that children remember… 10% of what they READ 20% of what they HEAR 30% of what they SEE 50% of what they SEE and HEAR 70% of what they SAY and WRITE […]

Kindling the Flame

Kindling the Flame  By the 1940s, over 5,000 fire-watch towers, manned by  Forest Rangers, stood guard over our U.S. National Parks. At the first sighting of errant smoke, the Ranger would […]

Study Skills & Habits

    Empower: Study Skills and Habits Why are study skills important?   Study skills improve the way that students approach, tackle, and gain knowledge. Learning requires work, effort, and often […]


Wonder “Wonder is being receptive to what lies all around you….Always be on the lookout for the presence of wonder.” ~ E.B. White There is so much written in adult […]

Self Directed Learning

Self-directed Learning Have you ever had a toddler become extremely excited by the sound of the garbage truck approaching your home? Hearing the squeals of delight, the whole family is […]

Brain Power

our mind is a great power–tend and use it well BRAINPOWER is an important concept at Canyon Grove Academy.  There’s a lot of exciting new research that has more clearly defined […]


“In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.”  This quote is from the international-renown physicist–Albert Einstein, who wasn’t able to talk until the age of three, suffered from dyslexia and autism, […]

Infinite Potential!

“The potential possibilities of any child are the most  intriguing and stimulating in all creation.”              Through-out history, children were often raised to learn, work, and duplicate the roles and […]


“If you want children to continue dreaming to the moon and beyond, then dream with them, both by sharing your fervent dreams, and by diving heart first into their own.” […]