You know if you have learned a topic to a sufficient standard when you can teach others what you have learned. Often parents help children by helping them with rote learning, drilling and repetition of facts.
Kind, sharing adults tend to have kind, sharing children. True? Not sure, but it is possible. After all, children learn much of their behaviour from those they trust and are frequently around. Whatever the truth of the matter, it is so important for kids to be able to share. Teach kids to share!
> Bookmark this on Delicious Read this article on Yahoo and think it is full of some good advice for parents. We’ve all heard the tales of pushy parents barging their way into school, to berate Sir or Miss over little Johnny’s syllabus. Or the Mums shoving burgers through the railings at lunch, to flout [...]
> Bookmark this on Delicious I was thinking today about what makes some children excel in education while others struggle and never really make it. Here are a few of my own personal observation as to why certain children succeed and others struggle within the school system. The children that tend to succeed in education [...]
> Bookmark this on Delicious Do Not Rush The Reading Test I am not a believer in too many test, but some times we just want to know how our child/ren is doing. I have used the Burt Reading Test in the past and have found it to be a good indicator of a child’s [...]