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Teacher Tips

on August 26, 2016

Parent Corner:

How can I help my child at home?

If your child doesn’t know his/her letters, please make every effort to daily practice them. I sent an alphabet chart with suggestions on how to use it on the back last week.

Small children need boundaries. These boundaries help them be successful at school. When they come home, spend 5-10 minutes with them where you are actively looking at them and listening to them. They have so much to share. Then tell them it is time to play (cars/babies/etc) in their rooms for 20 minutes. If your child has trouble doing that (they continue to come out of their rooms to tell you something, they play something other than what you said, they cry/whine/say can I play ____ instead then please know that I am having trouble with them at school. It doesn’t mean they are bad children. Please understand. It just means that it takes way more effort to get them to do what I’m asking. That’s not really how school is supposed to go. There are 27 of these babies in here. You only have a few at most. Please work on doing the above mentioned activity time daily to help me here in the classroom.


Please make every effort to look at the notes I send and clean out

your child’s folder. J Thanks!

Great Technology Tools for You! amazing site for math and letter work math games and mommy help games for reading search letter b songs or counting songs…etc.

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