Talk to Your Child’s Teachers: Why, When and How

Talk to Your Child’s Teachers: Why, When and How
Why, When and How to Talk to Your Child’s TeachersTalk to your child’s teachers both when things are going well and when your child is having problems. Communication with your child’s teachers is extremely important. It can make all the difference in your child’s success and attitude towards school. Parents want what is best for their children. A good education is high on their list.
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 Parents want their child to be learning more than the 3 R’s. They want their children to be happy at school, to be enthusiastic about school activities and to be looking forward to going to school to meet and be with their friends.
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Tactics Tackling Homework for a Child with ADHD

Tactics Tackling Homework for a Child with ADHD
Tactics Tackling Homework for a Child with ADHD
By referring to the characteristics of a child with ADHD (Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder), you should be able to furnish an efficient, study nook for your child and establish a set of guidelines to make everyone happier about the thorny issue of homework. Your child might be able to comply to the following suggestions if these homework strategies or guidelines are discussed with him and he is given a little input in the decisions.
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Chew Necklace and Clip-on Fidget: KidCompanions Chewelry Blue Circle Pendant

Chew Necklace and Clip-on Fidget: KidCompanions Chewelry Blue Circle Pendant

Chew Necklace and Clip-on Fidget: KidCompanions Chewelry Blue Circle PendantWere you one of the parents or therapists who had asked for an age-appropriate chew necklace that boys would wear and use? “Mothers know best” when it comes to their Special Needs children.” This mantra has guided many decisions in families and hopefully in our school system. So naturally Pierrette d’Entremont, designer of KidCompanions Chewelry, took seriously the pleas of distraught moms who told her no cool, sensory chewable fidgets were available for their older children, especially for boys.

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