Archive for October, 2014


Some families eat dinner together as a way to connect and communicate. Others find that work and school schedules interfere with regular evening meals. Some parents find that dinners become too harried or tense and
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Establishing Parent Teacher Relationships

Setting aside time to get acquainted with teachers and school personnel, appreciating their efforts and participating in classroom activities whenever possible can help establish a strong foundation for productive communication during parent teacher conferences or
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Tackling Challenging Academics by Having Fun

A story for parents to keep in mind when helping their child with difficult homework and/or seeking support for their struggling student. As a reading specialist I periodically help children with academic challenges at Parents
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When Children Hit

Many children go through periods of hitting. Hitting is often a sign that a little one is juggling more than they can handle even when a parent doesn’t know what is upsetting their child.