Show And Tell Literacy C.D For K.G1 And K.G2

Show and tell is a common expression about showing an audience something and telling them about it. In the United Kingdom, North America, New Zealand and Australia, it is a common classroom activity at early elementary school. It is used to teach young children the skills of public speaking. please copy this link to Download


Tips for parents

Studying is critical for success in all subjects Parents can implement the following tips in their family to enhance their child's education and success.
An easy way to increase your child's studying is to relate the subjects they are struggling in to their interests. For example, if your child is interested in acting, explain to them that reading is important so they can understand and memorize their lines. They need to know that they will have to research their role to understand the time period or profession they are portraying...
Create a Study Plan
Place restrictions on television, video and computer games, and other distractions during a specific block of time each day.

This disciplined atmosphere is often necessary because students, especially those who are frustrated with school subjects and homework, are usually more interested in other activities after school.
Offer Your Assistance
Be available to help your child during their study sessions. Making sure to be in the same room shows that you, the parent, are supportive of your child's school work and studying. This also gives you an excuse to make sure they are staying on-task.
Talk with your student about their homework to find what they are struggling with. Offer to go through their homework with them but make sure to let them do the majority of the work and take a supportive role instead of taking over.

Positive Reinforcement
Now that your child is increasing their study habits, make sure to reward them for their efforts. This could be something simple, like cooking them their favorite meal, playing a game with them, or taking them to their favorite park during the weekend.

How to Do the Right Thing

Teaching Your Child How to Do the Right Thing
The goals of parenting center around:
1. Teaching our children how to behave well
2. Teaching them how to be responsible for themselves
3. Helping them develop a healthy sense of themselves as competent people.
All children misbehave at some time.
Parents of young (and older) children are often faced with how to deal with a child’s misbehavior. Children are not born knowing how to behave. They make many mistakes along the way.
Discipline means to teach. When we discipline our children, we are teaching them how we want them to behave.
• We need to focus on how we want them to behave -- rather than just focusing on what we don’t want them to do.

• From this viewpoint, children’s misbehaviors become opportunities to teach them how to behave well.
Punishment focuses on negative consequences.
• When we punish children, we are focusing on what we do not want them to do.

• Problems can arise when punishment is used to hurt a child -- either physically or emotionally. Punishment used in this way is abuse.

• Punishment doesn’t work if you use it all the time. The more you punish the less effective it becomes. (When you ground a child for a year, it basically becomes meaningless.) The less you punish, the more powerful punishment is – when you need to use it.

• IF punishment is used, it needs to be followed by discipline -- where the child is taught how to behave and what is expected of her.

Setting Limits
when you set limits with your child you are telling him what the rules are and what behaviors you. Here are the basics of limit setting expect from him:

• Decide what the important rules are for your family.

• We treat each other with respect Praise your child when you see him following a rule.
Remind your child about the rule when he is not following it.
Remove your child when it is clear he cannot follow a rule.
Remove your child when it is clear he cannot follow a rule.
Remember: to be effective, discipline needs to follow any punishment.
Stay calm when dealing with a child who has misbehaved.
Remember to praise your child when he behaves appropriately.