Many families do all that we can to foster and nurture learning in the earliest years of a child’s life, as well we should. But when our children begin spending their days in the classroom, we aren’t off the hook! Continuing to build a home where learning is nurtured and valued is one of the best ways we can equip our children for life after graduation.Read the rest here, and please share it with the school parents you know.
August 29, 2012
A new school year has started, and I hope to be more consistent about posting here as we're getting back into our routine. I was happy to see "The public school parent's guide to home learning" at Simple Mom by Megan Tietz today and highly recommend it to any parents interested in encouraging home learning and creating an enriching learning environment at home. Tietz says:
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