Homework Solutions from Oxford Learning #OxfordMindsCan Contest ALERT!

Homework is a part of life. No matter how hard you try, you just can not avoid it. Having four children I know this all too well. every parent wants to be able to help their children succeed and give them the tools and knowledge needed to do well. Sometimes this is not possible. I always thought I would be able to help my children with their homework if needed. That was until they brought home math and high school homework I had never seen before. 

Our children are learning differently than we did. Their classes are different and their difficulty levels vary. Schools these days expect all families to have computers in the home and access to the internet. In this every changing world it is hard for parents to always keep up. 

Parents need to know there is help and resources out there. 


Oxford Learning has a variety of programs with various focuses for students of all ages. Although school work can be a struggle at times, Oxford Learning is there to assist parents in helping their child succeed.

Enrol your child in Oxford Learning’s Beyond Tutoring® program and you’ll ensure an unequaled educational experience for him or her. With kids, it’s all about motivation. That’s why their unique approach to tutoring works so well. They give kids what they really want. They give them the tools, the power, and the confidence to be in charge of their own learning.

Homework battles, excuses, procrastination – they can be a thing of the past.

Oxford Learning  Centre students learn how to learn. They discover their own path to truly understanding and knowing. With Oxford Learning’s Beyond Tutoring® program you’ll see your child:

• approach new learning with confidence
• respond to challenges
• start to develop own opinions and ideas
• take interest in pursuing own goals and tasks
Their enriched curriculum teaches students how to:
• develop their capacity for learning
• absorb and retain new information
• organize themselves more effectively
• get homework done well and on time
• study and prepare for tests
• problem-solve
• ask questions and think actively
Beyond Tutoring® also provides:
• tutoring in specific subjects: math, history, science, etc.
• in-session homework help

My teen son has struggled off and on. We found he needed a different way of learning. He has to have headphones and listen to music. If the teacher doe snot click with him, we have had to go else where for help. It has worked well for us. We found for him, the music, his own space and lots of time is good. He can start a project or homework and come back to it as needed. 

Each child is different and each studies in their own way. As parents we need to find what works best for our kids to succeed. 

Check out the Oxford Learning website and learn more about their programs and enter to win an Oxford Learning Dynamic Diagnostic Assessment – value $250. 

Enter to win this great prize for your child!



What are YOUR household homework habits?

With kids, it’s all about motivation. That’s why Oxford Learning’s unique approach to tutoring works so well. They give kids what they really want. Give them the tools, the power, and the confidence to be in charge of their own learning.

WIN IT: One FREE dynamic assessment worth over $250!

TO ENTER: Tell us your own household homework habits by commenting below. Good luck!

Open to Canadian residents ends Sept 29 Click here to enter to win. 


  1. This is such a great resource, especially with curriculum and teaching methods changing all the time!

  2. What a useful site! I'm finding I'm not sure what my third grader's homework is asking half the time- we're using a tutoring program (in the states) and I think it's worth every penny!

  3. Miss R’s only in grade 1 but our homework habit is to do it right after school every day.

  4. thriftyjinxy says

    This sounds like a great resource. No homework yet here, but hopefully it won't be an issue!

  5. I never heard of Oxford but I know that many schools just can't do what they should and so many kids aren't learning.

  6. StacieinAtlanta says

    We do homework as soon as I get the kids from school but it is sometimes a struggle. I would love to try this out.
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  7. I love that there are companies out there helping kids with homework. Thanks for sharing.
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  8. I love this. It is a great resource.
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  9. My little one will go to school next year, but I expect it will be a struggle of generations. Great we have this Oxford Learning Centre program now.
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