How to Help Your Child Succeed in School: 21 Teachers Share Pro Tips
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How to Help Your Child Succeed in School: 21 Teachers Share Pro Tips

Most parents want their kids to be happy and healthy. Success looks different for every kid. Not all kids will rise to the top academically, and that’s okay! Generally, kids are happiest when they are growing and learning to the best of their ability. So how can you help your child succeed in school? How…

The 5 Kinds of Students that Teachers Remember Forever
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The 5 Kinds of Students that Teachers Remember Forever

In every academic year, teachers all across the world encounter different kinds of students. These character types show up annually. Of course, every kid is unique and offers their own special contributions to the class. But it’s simply true that some kids are more memorable than others. What makes a great student? You probably already…

Is Your Child Falling Behind in School? Try these 6 Powerful, Actionable Steps!
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Is Your Child Falling Behind in School? Try these 6 Powerful, Actionable Steps!

Are you noticing a downward trend in your child’s academic performance? Do you have a sneaking suspicion that something isn’t right with your kiddo at school? It’s normal to feel nervous when your child is falling behind in school, but these steps can make a huge difference if they are taken early enough! As a…

When Your Child Talks Too Much In Class: 8 Important Things to Remember
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When Your Child Talks Too Much In Class: 8 Important Things to Remember

Many years ago, I was a child who talks too much in class. I am now “paying for my raising” as folks around here say. In other words, my daughter also talks too much in class As both an elementary school teacher and a mama to my own chatterbox, I have some thoughts to share…

16 Powerful Self Esteem Activities for Kids & Teens (plus important tips)
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16 Powerful Self Esteem Activities for Kids & Teens (plus important tips)

As a teacher, it’s kind of heartbreaking when a child doesn’t seem to believe in himself. But when it’s my own kiddo, it’s even worse! My oldest child was born believing in herself. She has never met a problem she didn’t face with fierce determination. One of her earliest statements was “I do it myself!”…