PostHeaderIcon Parent Conference Time? Make The Most Of It

Parent Conference Time? Make The Most Of It

How To Make The Most Out Of Your Parent And Teacher Time
Every parent and teacher conference is a valuable opportunity for a number of reasons. First, you can learn more about how your child performs in school. In this light, it is a glimpse into how your child learns, behaves and strives to be a better or worse student. Second, this is a chance to gain insight on how you can become a better parent.Didn’t Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Be On The Same Page As Your Child’s Teacher

Has your child recently begun school? If so, then this can be both an exciting and nerve wracking experience for both you and your child. Even still, there are some steps you can take to ensure that your child’s first year of school goes as smoothly as possible and that it is enjoyable for not only your child, but for his or her teacher as well.

Firstly, it is important to recognize the importance of Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Boys And Girls Clubs Encourage Children To Be Their Best

When you are looking around at different programs in the community in which to enroll your children, you should absolutely consider the Boys and Girls Club of America. One of the major benefits of participating in such a club is that your children will be taught how to be their best. How is this accomplished?

First of all, Boys and Girls Clubs inspire children to reach their goals and to strive for their dreams. The counselors here do not try to talk children out of Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon After School Programs Are Great For Working Parents

If you are a working parent and have school-aged children, you often have critical decisions to make about where they will spend their afternoon hours. Many working parents do not have the luxury of help from family such as grandparents, aunts or neighbors. Many wonder how best to occupy their children during the hours after school has let out but before the work day is done. However, instead of sending them home and leaving them unsupervised in front of television or video games, consider enrolling Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon No Child Left Behind By Parents Or The School

No Child Left Behind is intended to make sure that every child has an equal chance to reach their full potential and to obtain a higher quality education. Accountability is very important for parents, teachers and students. Testing and requirements are in place in order to make sure that the services and educational tools required for all children remain equitable and fair.

Children who are financially challenged, physicall and mentally challenged and learning disabled are helped through the Human Services National Resources Community. Schools, communities, teachers and parents are held accountable for ensuring the proper Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Get Involved With Your Child’s School

You might think that you are doing enough simply by asking questions at the dinner table. But is that really all that you should do? Are you and your child getting true fulfillment from occasional conversations? If you want to step outside of your comfort zone, become more involved at your child’s school.

Volunteering for events such as field days or even theatrical performances allow you to get to know the students in your child’s class. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon I Love To Teach My Kid To Learn

You taught your kid how to talk, how to walk, and how to tie their shoes. One of the greatest things about parenting is that you are making such an impact in your kid-s life! As your little one grows, you are molding their life, and someday he or she could have a huge impact in society.

One of the best things I ever did was to teach my son to read. Every day we would cuddle Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon What Teachers Have to Say to Parents…

Classrooms are becoming an increasingly professional place. While most students carry laptops and a wireless internet card teachers are struggling to keep their attention, and parents aren’t helping. Parents, here’s what your child’s teacher wants you to know:
Accept Responsibility: When a teacher gives your child an assignment and they don’t do it, don’t let them off the hook too easily. We’re trying to teach them responsibility and when you argue the grade with us it only sets us back in that effort.
Come to Us First: Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Encouragement Helps Our Kids Succeed In Life

Life is hard for everyone. Teaching a child to be successful is one of the most important jobs that parents have today. The best way for a parent to help their child learn to be successful is through the use of encouragement. Whenever they try something new, regardless of whether they are fully successful or not, positive encouragement helps them feel very important and special.

Encouraging a child to simply do their best will help a child feel as if they have succeeded even if Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Do Arts And Crafts With Children And Watch Them Glow

Children love to receive attention. Doing activities with your child, such as arts and crafts, can be a bonding experience. Your child will be delighted that they can spend quality time doing craft projects together with you. It does not matter how complicated or clever the project is. Children love to create and because you are participating with them, it will be even more enjoyable.

Finding projects can be easily accomplished online. If you keep the basic craft supplies at your home, you should Read the rest of this entry »

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