A Parent Toolkit for Struggling Learners

A Comprehensive Parent Guide

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A comprehensive handbook to assist parents of struggling learners. The book includes numerous strategies that parents can use at home to help their children become better students. The book is parent friendly and contains various tangible resources that can be utilized by parents.

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6 Responses to “A Parent Toolkit for Struggling Learners”

  1. Wisin says:

    Dear Parents; As you know that learners have grualadly started the writing process by making sentences from a given word. As we will move further with more read aloud and other language activities-they will be more comprehensible about the punctuations and the other grammatical aspects.I think we should appreciate the efforts put by learners and give them more time to learn new things. Thank;Evelyn Jones.

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    Perhaps the single most important thing you can do at this stage to foster your child s early reading and writing skills is to read to her every single day. A recent OECD study comparing the role of parents in education in several countries found that the factor that best predicts better reading performance when a child is 15 is whether she was read to during her early years. So read as often as you can to your child, even if just for 20 minutes a day, and do your best to make reading time a fun experience that both of you enjoy.

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