Solving School Problems

  • Try looking over children’s study materials and making up a sample quiz as they study for upcoming tests.
  • Talk with the school “in time of peace” before major problems develop.
  • How to make report cards a positive experience:  Preparation.  Ask, “What do you think your report card will tell us?”  Getting ready is helpful.  Perspective.  Understand that a report card is just one small measure of your child.  A child with poor grades still has plenty of strengths.  Positive action.  Find something to praise.  Focus on how to improve.
  • Be aware that your attitudes about school af­fect your child.  If you hated math, be careful not to prejudice your child.

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