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Author Archives: The Scholar's Choice Team

Summer Rejuvenation Guide Part 1: 5 tips for making the most of your non-teaching time

It's time for you to relax, reflect on the school year, and recharge yourself! Whether your summer plans include a trip, professional development, or relaxing at home, we have some tips to help you achieve summer rejuvenation! Decompress! Pamper Yourself Reflect Inspire Yourself Expand Your Knowledge Base Decompress The concept of spare time might be foreign for you! You might ...

25
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Teacher, General

Spring Planting with Kids

Regardless of the actual weather outside, this is the perfect time to start planning for a harvest bounty of home grown fruits and vegetables. Planting and caring for seeds indoors is a perfect project for parents to do with young children. There is something very magical about watching a seed sprout up through the soil. Another benefit of planting indoors ...

17
Apr
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Parent, General

Potty Training Tips

Children as young as 18 months can show signs of maturity and physical capabilities that are necessary to potty train. Other children may take longer and not be ready until three of four years of age. A child will need to have both the physical and emotional capabilities of being potty trained before he/she is considered ready. It is unfortunate ...

20
Mar
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Parent, General

Writing Often and Writing Well

As your students progress through their school years, they will have the opportunity to acquire many skills that will instil them with confidence and help them to be successful in their future endeavours. Very high on that list of skills is the ability to write well. AsĀ  such a vital and necessary skill, it needs to be taught early and ...

14
Mar
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Teacher, General

How to Create a Reading-Friendly Home

Learning to read is one of the most important skills your child will need for achievement. But literacy involves more than just reading. Listening, speaking and literary curiosity are equally important for developing literacy skills. You can create an environment that encourages these skills and provide your child with valuable tools to foster an enjoyment of reading and writing. Experiences ...

05
Mar
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Parent, General

Summer Learning

We all want what is best for our children! Teachers work hard every day to make sure students learn the skills they need to succeed and parents work to reinforce these learned skills with their children at home. During the summer, parents worry that the skills their children have worked so hard to develop during the school year will be ...

01
Mar
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Parent, General

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