Achieve School Success by Balancing Work and Play It seems that some parents have forgotten how to play! Play can be acting silly, risk taking within a game, enjoying another’s company, and simply laughing and enjoying the moment. Observe young children at play and notice how they can create new worlds with only their imagination.
The New Year offers parents renewed opportunities to initiate improvements in their family routines. This series of helpful strategies discusses Gratitude and Reflection, as well as how to empower children to become active participants in developing effective solutions.
Christmas Vacation provides some wonderful opportunities to re-establish and model your family values, including love, friendship, family and community. Spending quality family time together with this selection of ‘play’ activities as a guideline, can fill your holidays with laughter, fun and wonderful memories.
Well-trained, nurturing educators, can make all the difference in how success is experienced in the classroom when providing a progressive, educational program approach where students have ownership, influence and choice in studies which are relevant and meaningful.
When a child is falling behind in their studies, parents owe it to their child to determine if this is due to a learning disability. The following recommendations are helpful when a learning disability is suspected.