Every child is challenged to achieve his/her highest academic and social potentials in a supportive environment.
Scholastic Parents has some great information and suggestions about “screen time”, or the time your child spends with a digital device of any kind (including TV). Click here for the article.
Come by any time between noon and 2PM to meet your child’s teacher(s), see the classroom(s), and drop off supplies. Take advantage of this opportunity to have any questions answered before the first day, and make back-to-school a smoother experience for your child and family.
“Summer is the perfect time for tweens to broaden their book interests! Challenge them to make their way through our summer book lists, encourage them to pick up a notebook and write a story of their own, or print out Brightly’s Summer Fun Pack to preempt any proclamations of boredom.” Click here for the Brightly article.
“Grab any size ball, head outdoors, and let the fun begin!” Click here to read more.
Check out this article from Scholastic Parent and Child magazine about ways to make cooking with kids a fun learning experience. Kids in the Kitchen