As parents you have spent years meeting many to all of your child’s need. Striking a balance between allowing your children to do tasks for themselves and helping them when they seem to need or want is a talent of very powerful parents. This balance will make your child more confident in themselves while still feeling supported and properly mentored.
Alphabetizing is nothing but arranging alphabets in order. It is a skill which helps students in both home and school tasks. Using large ABC cards, children's dictionary and games that are appropriate for alphabetizing helps in improving memory and organizational skills. #LearningMadeEasy
Give your kids the opportunity to do tasks which they are capable of completing without any help from you. When children learn to do things by themselves, they become self-reliant; this in turn will increase their self-esteem.
An academic planner will help keep track of assignments, deadlines, and appointments. By having all this information in one place, you’ll know exactly where to look to find out what your needs to do. You can even use the planner to prioritize tasks and set a study schedule. #PearsonSchools #SchoolTips
Don't wait until the night before the test to review your notes. Go over your notes each day while the lecture is still fresh in your mind. Add any missing pieces. Compare your notes with a classmate's notes. Review your notes each day to reinforce your learning and build towards your ultimate goal.
If your child finds school difficult give him a practical experience. Take him to a museum, gallery, even a playground to teach him. What do you do to help your child learn? Give us your tips in the comments. #LearningMadeEasy Give your child the best education. Enquire for admissions here: http://on.fb.me/1mF0moC #PearsonSchools
TQM ensures parity between parental expectation and School delivery capacity, curriculum planning. Classroom practice and assessment are in sync with each other and responsibilities are shared between Parents, Students, Teachers and Management.
Kids start developing their sense of self as babies when they see themselves through their parents' eyes. Your tone of voice, body language, and every expression are absorbed by your kids. Your words and actions as a parent affect their developing self-esteem more than anything else. :-)
When you repeat something out loud you anchor the concept better by using two or more of your senses. If you use more than one sense you create a "synergistic" effect, which is powerful memory technique. If you recite out loud in your own words, memory is enhanced even more! #LearningMadeEasy #PearsonSchools