5 edition of How to Help Your Child Earn Better Grades With Your Home Computer found in the catalog.
How to Help Your Child Earn Better Grades With Your Home Computer
by Putnam Pub Group (T)
Written in English
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Homework helps your child do better in school when the assignments are meaningful, are standardized tests and earn better grades, on the average, than do students who do less time may also discourage her from “forgetting” to bring home assignments and help her adjust to a routine. Homework helps your child do better in school when the assignments are meaningful, are completed successfully and are returned to her [ ***] with constructive comments from the teacher.
An assignment should have a specific purpose, come with clear instructions, be fairly well matched to a child's abilities and help to develop a child's.
• Earn better grades, • Get better test scores, • Enjoy school more, and • Are more likely to graduate from high school and attend college. This guide will help you understand state learning standards, the benefits provided by No Child Left Behind, and what you can do to help your child suc-ceed in Size: KB.
Your child’s early school years provide the perfect opportunity to work with his teachers to help him learn to take responsibility for himself. Laura James, a 1st grade teacher at John Adams Elementary in Alexandria, Va., assigns her students tasks to help the classroom run smoothly and suggests that parents do the same at home.
When you hear an interesting news report, turn off the radio and talk with your child about it. At dinner, if it's a famous person's birthday, have a conversation about them.
If you want some ideas on what to ask your child to get good discussions going, see Questions to Ask Your Child to Start a Great Conversation. Did you know that learning to read is a challenge for almost 40 percent of kids. The good news is that with early help, most reading problems can be prevented.
The bad news is that nearly half of all parents who notice their child having trouble wait a year or more before getting help. Unfortunately, the older a child is, the more difficult it is to teach him or her to read.
Becoming a more effective learner and boosting your productivity will help you earn better grades - but it’ll also cut down on your study time. This is a short, meaty book that will guide you through ten steps to achieving those goals/5(). Study Smart, Study Less: Earn Better Grades and Higher Test Scores, Learn Study Habits That Get Fast Results, and Discover Your Study Persona [Crossman, Anne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Study Smart, Study Less: Earn Better Grades and Higher Test Scores, Learn Study Habits That Get Fast Results/5(25). Frugal Ways to Help Your Child Get the Best Education reading a comic book might hold your child's interest a little longer than a story out of the textbook, and you might discover that a.
How to Interpret Your Child's Grades. Hopefully, your child's teacher has explained how students are evaluated. If the marks are still a mystery, or you need a refresher, check your school's website or that of the local PTA, which often have how-to-read guides just for parents.
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At the library or bookstore, find books on your child’s favorite topics. Cars, dinosaurs, dogs, and other topics are covered in on-level books with plenty of pictures, designed especially for kids this age.
Online Literacy for Ages Using your computer, smart phone, or tablet computer is. Using Accelerated Reader, your child will choose the books he wants to read. The teacher will make certain the book is at the right level so that after completing the book, your child should do well on the AR Reading Practice Quiz.
Success on the quiz will encourage your child to read more. Also, a variety of reward possibilities helps to keep a child motivated over a long period of time. Rewards can be privileges, things or activities with parents.
Be sure rewards don’t become a substitute for words of praise and encouragement; rewards are most meaningful when given along with positive words and. Playing math games together can also help you get a better sense of your child’s strengths and challenges. And if your child wins (or just has fun) playing a math game, it can boost confidence.
Games are also just a nice change from the math schoolwork your child does. Extra Homework Help. If your child is struggling with math or falling behind in reading, you may want to consider a tutor.
This page contains articles on tutoring - from determining if your child needs a tutor to finding and working with the tutor. There is also information on online tutoring, tutoring centers and becoming a tutor.
Your child picks a book at his own level and reads it at his own pace. When finished, your child takes a short quiz on the computer. (Passing the quiz is an indication that your child understood what was read.) AR gives both children and teachers feedback based on the quiz results, which the teacher then uses to help your child set goals and directFile Size: 2MB.
Get audio books, videos, DVDs, CDs, and video games from the library in English so your child can incorporate a variety of English mediums into their home activities.
Have your child write a book. You can also choose books based on your child’s reading level. The app allows the book to be read aloud, auto play, or for your child to read it to him/herself.
Reading Rainbow has a similar subscription service, although it is quite a bit more expensive ($ per month as opposed to $ per month). You can receive a significant discount. Create a structure in your home by giving your child a regular schedule.
Set aside time for homework, chores, dinner, and bath. Although you might not be able to keep the routine as consistent as his teacher can, creating structure will help your child manage his behavior better.
However, if your child is reward-motivated, it might not be a bad idea to tie rewards to something that he otherwise wouldn’t want to do. It is important to remember that rewards for grades don’t necessarily have to be money.
This is particularly true if your child has other sources of money (even an allowance).A behavior issue teachers probably can't help you with: getting your child to sleep at a reasonable hour.
For all ages, consistency of time and technique is key. Try these age-by-age tips from Jenn Berman, Psy.D, author of The A to Z Guide to Raising Happy, Confident Kids.Here are some gifts to avoid at all costs, as well as presents that will earn you top marks from your new grad.
Is your child being tracked in math? The answer is likely yes – even if you don’t know what track your child’s on, where it’s leading, or what it means for your child’s education.