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Home learning Environment
Remind your student to practice.
Thinking and learning are like sports-the more you practice,the better you perform. All children can grow and improve if they keep at it.
Make sure there are quiet places for your student to read and learn.
To learn well, students need productive places at home where they can concentrate.
Display your student's schoolwork.
It's important for students to know that their family members are proud of what they accomplish in school. Put their schoolwork on the refrigerator, a bulletin board, or a wall in your home.
Talk about what happened in school every day.
Some questions you might want to ask:
Which of your friends did you spend the most time with today?
which class was the most fun today? Why?
Browse the web together.
Use PowerMyLearning.com to discover great games and educational websites that you can explore together.
Resources in your Area
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