The hype of the new school year is beginning to wear off… is your child losing motivation in the classroom? And better yet, are you involved at their school? Experts say that parental involvement is one of the most important things that will keep a child motivated about school. Here are some resources to keep you and your child engaged during the school year, plus we’ve added a few tips for boosting their brains during the holidays and “off track” weeks.
Keeping Your KIDS Involved:
Some simple tips to keep your kids motivated and involved in school... One thing you'll need? Consistency.
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How YOU Can be Involved:
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Keeping your KIDS Motivated During the Summer:
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