It is important to be consistent with expectations and promote those behaviors that matter most to you and your family.
When you teach your child a procedure, you’re creating a pattern for them. You're also providing a sense of security and building confidence.
When children are asked to reflect about their work, they grow more confident. They also learn how to improve.
Our children need time to process new information. As parents, we can make sure they get this time each week.
A connection conversation gives you information about your child’s learning experience and any barriers you can help them solve.
Create a structured at-home learning schedule that includes brain breaks and exploration of interests like art, sports, music and engineering.
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