Month: June 2016

Why Classical Music?

Mozart. Beethoven. Bach. Their music is timeless, and we’ve all heard it. But how good are you, really, at identifying famous classical compositions?     Why Classical Music? At Brain Chase, we’re all about expanding your child’s educational experience. Unfortunately, these days, your child does not get much exposure to classical music. So, we’ve decided make […]

Which Electives are Best for My Child?

  It’s time to start our summer program, The Hunt for the Mask of Tomoe Gozen! Many of you are still trying to decide which electives would be best for your child. Here’s our advice: Do you worry about summer learning loss? If you’re concerned your child will get behind this summer, you should sign […]

Summer Learning Loss. Don’t Let it Happen to Your Child.

Summer means a much-needed break from the hustle and bustle of the school-year schedule. Unfortunately, however, that break can turn into a summer of sitting around, watching TV, and playing video games. Brain Chase is here to help! Here’s what Lindsey Johnston, teacher and blogger at Crumbs in the Couch  has to say about our program:   The summer slide […]

Should My Child Learn a Second Language?

How Does Learning A Second Language Benefit Your Child’s Brain Development? By: Anabela Barros, Guest Blogger Learning a foreign language offers important benefits for your child’s brain development. It helps improve concentration, memory, intelligence and lowers their risk of being diagnosed with dementia and Alzheimer’s later in life.  A language is quite complex, and a […]