Visit the library often this summer. Check out books on simple science experiments you and your child can try at home.
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Praise your child to someone else when your child can overhear.
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Please be reminded that McKinney-Vento eligibility must be reviewed and reevaluated every school year. Special transportation and other services that may have been provided during the 23-24 school year do not automatically carry over to the next school year (24 25). If your family and or child(ren) are experiencing housing instability and an increased risk of homelessness at the beginning of the 24-25 school year, please contact Sandra Osburn, McKinney-Vento Liaison after July 22, 2024, at 912-283-8656 or sosburn@ware.k12.ga.us. Mrs. Osburn will be glad to help you determine if your family will continue to qualify for McKinney-Vento services for the upcoming school year. Please Note: If you have received special transportation to school through McKinney-Vento services, transportation services will not continue for the 24-25 school year, unless you contact Mrs. Osburn.
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When your child tells you something important, restate it in your own words to make sure you understood.
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Social media makes it easy to hurt someone. Make a family rule: Don’t post anything you wouldn’t say to someone’s face.
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Teach your child a three-step process for any job: plan, do, finish.
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Keep screen entertainment turned off this weekend. Let your child be responsible for thinking of alternative activities.
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Point out an example of prejudice to your child. Talk about ways to deal with intolerance.
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Try to have a rhyming conversation with your child. It may be tough at first, but you’ll get better!
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Notice your child’s interests and talents. Then encourage them.
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Dig out a favorite children’s book and read it together. There are lessons to be learned.
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Spend a few minutes talking with your child at bedtime.
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Encourage persistence by saying things such as “I know you can figure this out.”
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Start a list of places your family would like to visit. Have your child research information about these places.
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Give your child three reasons why spending time together makes you happy.
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Discuss something you recently learned with your child. This shows education is a lifelong process.
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Visit an outdoor site with your child this weekend, such as a garden or a park.
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Challenge your child to create a recipe and write it down. Try it out!
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Remind your child how important it is to turn in work. Just one missing assignment can lower a grade.
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Talk together about your child’s dream job.
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