Write About a Personal Experience Every once in a while when we’re cleaning things out, I’ll come across a box with some of my children’s old journals. We laugh and giggle as we read them together – and reminisce. Even if your child doesn’t keep a journal, it’s still fun to remember and write about a personal experience that had an impact on him.
Using the picture book Diary of a Worm as an example, your child can write his own creative animal diary.
This pet is not only fun to create, but it’s also one Mom and Dad won’t mind having around the house.
Resolutions are not just for adults. if you help your kids make resolutions they can commit to and accomplish, it will teach them discipline and motivation, while helping them set goals.
How can you help children improve concentration?
How to practice the common core at home.
Learning about the common core.
Now that kids are back in school and mostly settled into their routines,enriching and fun after-school programs are a priority to find for most families. Let’s face it. Since after-school activities take place in the afternoons of school days, they can really help working parents with childcare until they are done with work. Even though this is our primary motivation for having our kids
As my son enters the tween stage, he has begun to model his peers more. This has added new pages in his vocabulary, including some colorful language. Since not every parent agrees about what constitutes offensive language, chances are kids are going to come home uttering unacceptable language. To combat this effectively and without a lot of drama, I find setting boundaries for him
One of our favorite past times is stargazing. However, it’s hard to keep track of all those constellations. Although, he’s been taught all about constellations, the retention has always been minimal. He will remember little bits and pieces, but not enough to mark as proficient. I think the reason is that he learns best by doing something -an activity-related to what he’s learning.