Learn More About Upcoming Holiday Events at the Burlington Library

Boston Tutoring Services is proud to support local libraries. Check out the fun-filled holiday events taking place at the Burlington Library below. Fall Storytime Sessions October 1—December 18 at the Burlington Library Baby Storytime (Birth-18 Months) – Mondays @ 10:30am Delight and stimulate your baby’s senses with books, songs, toys and puppets! Toddler Storytime (18 Months-36 Months) – Tuesdays & Wednesdays @ 10:30am Interact with your toddler to nurture a love of books. Be active…

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Learn More About Upcoming Holiday Events at the Watertown Library

Boston Tutoring Services is proud to support local libraries. Check out the fun-filled holiday events taking place at the Watertown Library below. NOVEMBER Saturday Open Craft for Teens Saturdays, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, 11/30 | 10:00 am Teen Services Department We put out the craft supplies, you make whatever you want! For grades 6-12. Monday Night Magic Mondays, 11/4 and 11/18 | 6:00 pm Teen Services Department Bring your Magic the Gathering decks and cards…

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What Your Child Needs to Know About Their Social Media Presence for College Admission and Professional Life

Social media has grown into something that could make or break you in the professional world. When you first made your Facebook account and were a young teen, you may not have been thinking too hard about what you were putting online, because you weren’t aware that it could someday be seen by a potential employer. But once you begin looking at colleges and applying to jobs, it’s important to keep in mind that they…

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Learn More About Upcoming Holiday Events at the Bolton Library

Boston Tutoring Services is proud to support local libraries. Check out the fun-filled holiday events taking place at the Bolton Library below. FROZEN Storytime & Craft SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 10:30—11:00 AM Anna from the movie Frozen will be visiting the Bolton Public Library in celebration of Frozen 2, releasing later this month! Anna will be reading stories about herself and sister Elsa, and then we’ll be making magic wands and scepters. Time will be allowed…

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Learn More About Upcoming Holiday Events at the Newton Library

Boston Tutoring Services is proud to support local libraries. Check out the fun-filled holiday events taking place at the Newton Library below. Tui Sutherland: Author Appearance and Book Signing, Wednesday, November 6, 7:00pm, Druker Auditorium: Celebrated author Tui Sutherland takes us behind the scenes of her bestselling middle grade series Wings of Fire!  Join us as Tui gives children and families a look into her writing process and learn things that even her biggest fans might not know about…

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Unsure about how to prepare for the SAT? Here is some insight from a former student:

Are you nervous about taking the SAT? When I began my junior year, my teachers and administrators flooded me with tons of information regarding the SAT. I remember walking into Barnes and Noble and seeing a huge 4-inch wide book with “S.A.T. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW” in big block letters printed on its bindings. Anxiety pulsed through my veins, and I thought to myself: do I really need that? In reality, when students begin…

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Chestnut Hill School Open House 2019

Boston Tutoring Services is excited to share the Open House dates of local schools. Take the time to research these schools and visit the ones that seem like a good fit for your family. Open Houses are a great way to experience a day on campus and meet the staff. This week we are featuring The Chestnut Hill School located in Chestnut Hill, MA.  The Chestnut Hill School Open House date is as follows: Sunday,…

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The Several Benefits to Being Bilingual

Recent studies have shown that there are several benefits to being bilingual. Learning a second language could give your child a serious advantage in conceptual thinking. It may even broaden their perspectives and understanding of the world.  Improving The Executive Function According to an article put out by Psychology Today, one of the several benefits to being bilingual is it improves brain activity functions. The executive function, for example, which is the control system of…

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6 Things Not to do When Applying to College

Applying to colleges can be tricky, but if you make sure that you fully understand the process, things will go more smoothly.  Many students believe the following “facts,” but doing these things will lead you down the wrong path. Here are some college application myths you should know about. 1. When applying early, there’s no real difference between early action and early decision.  Early action and early decision applications have similar deadlines, but they are very different. Early…

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Sensory-Friendly Halloween Events

These Halloween Events are Sensory Friendly in Massachusetts! Check out our list of Greater Massachusetts Special-Needs Halloween Events below. • Westwood: Arc of South Norfolk Halloween: 10/18, ages 14 and under…Read More • Danvers: Halloween Dance for Special Needs 13+, 10/18…Read More • Hingham: Not-So-Spooky Haunted House,10/19 & 20…Read More  • Burlington: Sensory-Friendly Halloween,10/19…Read More • Georgetown: Trick or Trunk Inclusive Event: Penn Brook School,  10/19…Read More • S. Hadley: Sensory-Friendly “Trail of Screams”, 10/20, 2 – 3:30 p.m. only…Read More • Barnstable: Inclusive Halloween for Teens & Young Adults,10/24…Read More • Hadley: Inclusive Halloween Dance…

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