If you want to help your child with their homework, use these tips to help them meet their educational goals.
Parenting Grade-School Aged Kids
Are you the parent or guardian of a child in Pre-K through Grades 5? Are you looking for tips and advice from other parents, as well as from educators that can help guide you through these oh-so-important early educational years? Then you will love Bright Hub Education’s compilation of articles and opinions on how you can help your grade-schooler academically excel.
You’ll discover fun and educational ways you can enhance your child’s learning. You’ll also find advice on how to calm those first day jitters and what to do about separation anxiety. We also have tips and readiness checklists to help decide if your child is ready to enter a specific grade. And, there’s expert advice on what you should do when your young student is struggling, how to handle bullying, how to best communicate with the teacher and the school, and what you should, and should not do, if you are concerned your child may have an undiagnosed learning disability.
But most of all, we hope the information we provide will help you and your child make the most of the grade school years with information you can trust from experienced teachers and parents.
Listening skills are acquired habits. You can shape your child’s ability to pay attention by using these fun and engaging activities while you share stories.
Language and comprehension are two of the most vital skills you can build with your child. Together, they will improve your youngster’s chance of academic success. Use read aloud time with your young child to nurture these vital tools for learning.
Phonics is the surest path to literacy! Here are practical ways for parents to give young children a boost in early phonics skills.
In our previous articles we looked at where to find Italian language classes in New York and Illinois. In this article we will look at what types of classes are available on the West side.
The reading process involves fluency and comprehension, the latter of which is usually sacrificed by focusing too much on the skills aspects of reading. Parents can help their children make sense of what they read using a handful of time-tested strategies.
Dual-language schools exist in many areas of the United States, but none of these schools teach Italian. So, if you are in search of an Italian Language school, continue reading to learn about your options.