Studies show that parents who check homework, attend school meetings, discuss school activities, and read to their children have a more powerful influence on their child’s achievement than anything that schools can do. Conversations within the home are important in developing learning readiness as well. Those conversations should include two-way, adult-child conversations and discussions about things like numbers, counting, and spatial concepts (big/small, left/right, etc).
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!May 11, 2018
2018 Teacher Appreciation Week freebies and deals Check them out here!
Friends Coffee & TeaApril 27, 2018
Friends Coffee & Tea on Bascom is open and offers work skills training for Friends of Children with Special Needs (FCSN). Has anyone had a chance to stop by yet? We plan to go soon! Click here to view their Facebook page!
Hoarding in ChildrenApril 27, 2018
Do you have a child that hoards things? This article provides information about how to distinguish ‘hoarding’ from ‘collecting’ and how to help without shame or judgment. Check out the helpful tips here.