Friday, February 12, 2010

Supporting Your Child to Succeed in School


Ten tips that might help parents to continually support their child to succeed in school.  
  1. Periodically (but not continuously) communicating to child the importance of education.
  2. Building up child’s confidence and self-esteem.
  3. Working with child to help him or her develop a positive attitude toward work and school.
  4. Providing encouragement to child whenever possible.
  5. Being a good listener.
  6. Being available to discuss problems child is having, whether they are large or small.
  7. Setting up child’s time schedule to include a balance of work, play, and study.
  8. Establishing a time for sharing and caring.
  9. Taking part in child’s education - being active in his or her school.
  10. Showing your love and affection in creative ways to child - often.

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