your child about their day at school.
Instead of “What did you do in school today?”
ask “What is one interesting fact you learned in Social Studies today?”
your child's day with a nutritious breakfast.
Better yet, eat breakfast with your child.
your child for doing well- even on small things!
Leave a note, send them an email, whisper it in their ears…
homework with your child.
Ask them to teach you something!
your child to read.
The best way to become a better reader is to read, read, and read some
a quiet place for your child to study and do homework.
Many kids can’t handle distractions such as TV, music or family
conversations while working.
your child responsibility.
The best way to become responsible is to have jobs that require
your child to build self worth.
your child in making simple family decisions.
a library with your child and visit it often!
your child on a schedule that includes exercise and sleep.
TV viewing and computer games.
the time you spend with your child special.
and discuss changes in your child's behavior.
Children often need help dealing with their emotions.
to help your child organize school papers.
Come up with a system that works and stick to it!
Being organized is one of the best ways to becoming a successful student!
your child with good role models.
the activities your child shares with friends.
your child's right to have opinions different from yours.
an interest or a hobby with your child.
time to listen to your child.
Sometimes just listening is the best way to communicate with your child.
your child to take risks by letting them know it is okay to fail.
places of interest with your child.
with your child to set up rules of behavior.
and save records or articles that benefit your child.
positive results by encouraging your child to
always do their best.
through these ABCs again and again!