2 edition of child at home and school found in the catalog.
child at home and school
Edith M. Leonard
1944 by American Book Co. in New York .
|Statement||by Edith M. Leonard, Lillian E. Miles and Catherine S. Van der Kar.|
|Series||American education series|
|Contributions||Miles, Lillian E., jt. author, Van der Kar, Catherine S., jt. author|
|LC Classifications||LB1115 .L4 1944|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||850|
|LC Control Number||44003068|
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Easy Reading Strategies for Parents to Use at Home. Ask your Child to Make up Stories: When your child creates a story out loud or in written form, you can prompt more specific vocabulary and encourage your child to dive into descriptive activity provides practice for thinking through logical sequences and may trigger curiosity as a child looks for books Author: Ann Logsdon.
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Discuss with your child's school /school library your options for borrowing resources, e.g. read-aloud chapter books for bedtime reading. Ask the librarian for advice on culturally inclusive reading material.
If your child is currently at school, you should tell the school if you plan to educate them at home. The school must accept if you’re taking your child out completely.
This month's feature will provide you with ideas for promoting family literacy in your home that go beyond reading storybooks, as well as provide you with free resources to use at home or to distribute to parents in your setting or school.
Books: Key Members of Your Family One of the easiest ways to show your child. Suddenly Homeschooling a Gifted Child Editor’s note: It’s a privilege to share this post by Australian writer Kathleen Humble.
And while this content is geared to parents of gifted children, there’s plenty to. Homeschooling, also known as home education, is the education of children at home or a variety of places other than school.
Home education is usually conducted by a parent, tutor, or an online teacher. Many families use less formal ways of educating.
" Homeschooling" is the term commonly used in North America, whereas "home. 10 good reasons to home school your child If your child is particularly interested in something after seeing a film or reading a book, you can learn about that, which will lead into lots of Author: Annalisa Barbieri.
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