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Bright student vs. gifted learner?... Very good info Perfect - this explains better what I've known and tried to share with parents and teachers. Gifted, bright, smart, talented are different things. You can have a talented failure or a gifted student who makes Cs or a bright child who's a little loosey-goosey but works hard and gets the As that the smart kid won't earn.

Bright student or gifted learner?

presentlygifted.org

Parent Support for At Home Reading

Growing Firsties: Parent Support for At Home Reading

growingfirsties.blogspot.com

Ways a Parent Can Help a Child with Reading | For the Teachers

Ways a Parent Can Help a Child with Reading - For the Teachers

fortheteachersblog.org

Tips for helping your child with Math. Free downloads from Fun in First

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Reading At Home - Tips For Parents This is perfect for sending home with our students! Parents would appreciate some guidelines when helping their children with their reading homework. This printable includes tips for : - integrating reading in our daily family activities - choosing appropriate books - tips for helping beginning readers - practicing fluency & developing comprehension skills!

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allstudentscanshine.com

Teach Your Child How to Hold a Pencil Correctly

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Building A Reader At Home - free Parent Handout

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Good advice for parents and teachers...

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Definitely for the over 3 bunch, but really good tips. Strategies to Use When Reading with a Child -- written by a National Board certified reading teacher who uses these strategies with her own children :)

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iPad App | Handwriting Without Tears...finally!!! Maybe tell parents about this at Back to School Night!!

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for conferences Love it

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Great article about entitlement-As soon as your kids are capable of doing jobs, take the time to teach them to do the jobs and then gracefully hold them responsible to follow through.

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connectedfamilies.org

Helping parents help their children

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Decoding Strategies

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FREE Parent Brochures on Reading. Really great printables to have handy for parents to pick up!

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almost 70 pages of math games using a deck of cards -- all grade levels all topics

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Building Skills at Home Parent Handouts - Free packet that contains informational handouts aimed at parents of children in grades K-2. Each subject-themed sheet contains tips, ideas, and strategies parents can do at home to build their child's reading, math, spelling, and writing skills.

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Building A Reader At Home - Parent Handout - Reading Strategies for Parents

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teaching parents reading strategies

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helloliteracy.blogspot.com

Reading with your Child...paper to send home at the beginning of the year

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firstgradewow.blogspot.com

Freebie....A Parent's Guide to Reading at Home Pamphlet

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teacherspayteachers.com

Building A Reader At Home - Parent Handout - Reading Strategies for Parents

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primaryjunction.blogspot.com

Reading with your Child...paper to send home at the beginning of the year

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MUST PIN for both parents and/or teachers --- Life Skills - what kids should be able to do for themselves by age. Great list to reference. Lots of other great stuff on her site too!

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Why should I read each night?!

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