Watch a TV show or video with your child. Ask questions such as “Why do you think that character did that?”
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Talk about careers with your child. What would he or she like to do?
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Have everyone write down two positive things about each member of the family. Read the lists out loud at dinner.
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Ask your child to read to you as you’re cleaning up after a meal. Or read to your child as he or she cleans up!
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Tell your child about a choice you made and its consequences.
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Encourage your child to start a collection. Collecting can boost sorting and research skills.
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Help your child go online to research events that occurred on the day he or she was born.
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Ask your child about the best present he or she ever got. What made it special?
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Look through a newspaper or magazine with your child. What headlines or articles interest him or her? Read an article together and discuss it.
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Share family history with your child. Look at photos and tell stories.
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Pick a category. Ask your child to pick a letter. How many items from the category begin with that letter?
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All students and staff are invited to wear orange on Wednesday, October 19 to show unity for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion and to send a visible message that no one should ever experience bullying!
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Let your child plan dinner. How many food groups can he or she include?
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Teach your child ways to handle stress—exercising, getting enough sleep, talking about problems.
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Let your child see you keep your temper when you are angry. Instead of yelling, calmly talk about how you feel.
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Read your child’s reading assignment together. Then ask your child to tell you about it in his or her own words.
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When your child is unsuccessful, ask, “How would you do it differently next time?”
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Choose an object, such as a paper clip. Ask your child to figure out different ways to use it. This promotes creativity and problem-solving.
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DLP: Look over your child’s completed assignments. Give compliments first, then helpful suggestions.
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DLP: Tell your child about books you loved when you were their age. Need suggestions for titles your child may enjoy reading? Ask his or her school media specialist.
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