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Parents helping in the classroom

Judith Rivalland

Parents helping in the classroom

by Judith Rivalland

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Published by Primary English Teaching Association in Rozelle, N.S.W .
Written in English


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StatementJudith Rivalland.
SeriesPEN -- 71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20037648M

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Research shows that children whose parents pitch in at school have a better attitude and higher academic achievement. Teachers who have classroom support do their job better.

And parents who participate in the classroom are better equipped to support their child's schoolwork. So even if your time is tight, squeezing in some school volunteer.

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PHP is not a law firm or legal service agency, and as such, the information contained on this website is provided for the purpose of informing the reviewer, but should not be considered legal advice. Late, Lost, and Unprepared is a must-have book for parents of children from primary school through high school who struggle with: Impulse Control (taking turns, interrupting others, running off) Cognitive Flexibility (adapting to new situations, transitions, handling frustrations)/5(86).

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Parents Find resources and activities that can help your child become an engaged reader, including literacy adventure packs, themed booklists, author interviews, nonfiction resources, summer reading suggestions and more. I want to apply in my classroom to have parents be fully welcome in my classroom and help out as well.

I read about a way that parents could volunteer to come in and read to the students or they can volunteer to do hallway watching, there are many ways that parents can get actively involved and I want to put forth many opportunities for them to.

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