Kindergarten. I can picture it like it was yesterday. Tears flowing. Hugs aplenty. Sobs interrupted only by the desperate pleas of, “Please, don’t leave me!” And that was just my mom.
Posts Tagged: kindergarten
When Kathy O’Sullivan’s son, Davis, came home from fourth grade day-after-day discouraged and dreading the next day of school, she knew it was more than just a light opposition to education.
Your child is struggling to read. Could she have ADD or ADHD? The solution could be as close as an eye exam or a change in diet. Or, it could portend a lifelong struggle for both of you.
I have to admit that I was one of those mothers comparing the intellectual prowess of my preschooler to other kids his age, and the competition was often fierce.
Leaving friends and familiar places behind can be hard for kids – and especially difficult for teens. Here’s what parents can do to help.
Make college achieveable for your kids. Plan ahead so it doesn’t sneak up on you!
Instill a love of reading in your children from the start and watch them flourish!
Some kids love words and English and writing in journals. Others love doing math problems but detest English. Some kids are athletic beyond the rest. Our kids’ brains are all different, so we need to take the educational lead from them.