Encourage your child to write a thank-you note to a teacher or coach who has been a positive influence.
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Try to remember your life as a student. It can help you relate to your child.
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As a family, decide on a household rule and the consequences for breaking it.
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Thank your child for doing something.
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Ask about your child’s most challenging school subject. Together, brainstorm strategies to make it easier.
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Admit it and apologize to your child when you’re wrong. This is a skill your child can learn that will serve your child well in the future.
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Ask your child to tell you about this week’s assignments.
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Have your child teach you something he or she is learning, such as a science skill.
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“Because I said so!” is frustrating to hear. Explain your reasoning when possible.
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Help your child consider possible consequences before making a decision.
15 days ago, Ware County Schools
Talk to your child about social media. Make it clear that people should never say or do anything online that they wouldn’t in real life.
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Share a study strategy, such as doing one more quick review of material right before bed.
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Try to have a rhyming conversation with your child. It may be tough at first, but you’ll both get better!
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Encourage your child to find out when teachers are available to give extra help.
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Encourage your child to ask at least one question in each of her classes regularly.
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Have your child spend 10 minutes at night getting ready for the next day. Mornings will be calmer.
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At dinner, have each family member say something nice about every person at the table.
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Ask your teen: “If you could trade lives with somebody you know, who would it be? Why?”
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If your teen is interested in a job that doesn’t require a college degree, help him or her find out what it does require.
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Try to have an entire conversation with your teen in rhyme.
about 2 months ago, Ware County Schools