1.Make a schedule. 2.Plan dinners with your kids. 3.Don’t cook a lot of fried unhealthy meals. 4.Introduce new foods slowly. 5.Use dips to help kids to eat raw vegetables. 6.Make breakfast count by adding fruits. 7.Sprinkle some sugar on fruits and vegetables. 8. Allow your kids to help you cook. 9. Cut back on… [read more]
1. Have a Positive Attitude Approach the big test as you would approach a giant jigsaw puzzle. It might be tough, but you can do it! A positive attitude goes a long way toward success. 2. Make a Plan The week before the test, ask your… [read more]
1. Phonemic awareness, letter sound knowledge, and concepts of print. 2. Phonics and decoding 3. Fluency 4. Vocabulary 5. Comprehension 6. Written Expression 7. Spelling and handwriting 8. Assessment of Reading Skills 9. Reading materials should be based on the child’s interest. 10. Children should be read to when they are young.
1. Respect for others will carry you far. 2. Save your money 3. To lose and win gracefully. 4. Show up and do your best. 5. Respect others property. 6. Clean up behind yourself. 7. Be honest with others. 8. Learn from your mistakes. 9.… [read more]
1. Dance Mat Typing http://www.rogers2.smmusd.org/teachers/type/ 2. Typing Games https://www.typing.com/typinglessons 3. The Typing of the Ghosts http://www.abcya.com/ghost_typing.htm 4. Key-Man http://www.typingmaster.com/games/keyman.asp 5. Key Seeker http://annrymer.com/keyseeker/ 6. Alpha Munchies http://www.abcya.com/kids_typing_game.htm 7. Type-a-Balloon https://www.typing.com/student/games/play/type-a-balloon 8. Typing Ninja https://www.typing.com/student/games/play/keyboard-ninja 9. Type Type Revolution http://www.learninggamesforkids.com/keyboarding_games/keyboarding_games_type_type_revolution.html 10. Typing Chef http://www.sense-lang.org/typing/games/typingchef.php http://www.todaysparent.com/kids/technology/fun-typing-games-for-kids/
1. Stay informed of school activities. 2. Attend Back to School night. 3. Be a team player. 4. Respect teachers’ time. 5. Know when to use email and when to use the phone. 6. Get the teacher’s side of the story. 7. Let teachers… [read more]