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Katie, a memo pad or a calendar with a day or a week-at-a-glance feature are the precise ways to tell children what they must do without teaching them skills that will make them lifetime learners. It is no wonder that so many children say "no" to a technique that makes no sense for the...
I've been here before. I remember my first time. I was happy to know the teacher wanted to work with me, but then I went to the meeting and it was horrible. I decided my child should be present, expecting we were ready for solutions. Instead, I sat stunned as she told me how horrible a...
My 16-year-old granddaughter has been fairly conscientious about grades and homework up until this year. She got her driver’s license back in January and we watched as her A’s and B’s dropped to B’s and C’s by the time she finished the tenth grade. Now she’s a junior and she’s bringing...
10-year-o1d in the fourth grade has an attitude problem and isn't following teacher's rules or writing down things she tells him to write down.
On a typical school day we begin by telling our kids to, "Hurry up and eat breakfast or you'll be late for school." Then we end the day by reminding them, "Hurry up and get cleaned up, brush your teeth and get your pajamas on because it's time for bed." During the time in between, o...