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Although students need to perform basic academic work to learn during the early years, extra-curricular opportunities are also important for a well-rounded education. Learn what types of opportunities are typically available in elementary schools to find the best options for your youngsters. Science Fairs Science fairs are organized programs designed to give students an opportunity to learn about science, mathematics, and engineering. This program involves the students
Student learning time increases when children understand the difference between tattling and reporting. Yet, children's observations can help teachers know what is happening when they are not present or when their attention is elsewhere. Allowing students an opportunity to share their serious concerns is a necessary component of a positive school environment.
When asked the question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" my nine year old daughter constantly replies "a famous singer". When I try to bring her gently back to reality by asking "but what if you don't manage to succeed in being a singer, she immediately replies, "then I will be a famous actress instead."
Often children are taught the letters and sounds with a letter of the week approach. Learning is focused on each letter for an entire week, and everything about that letter is taught at the same time including the name, shape and sound. Research shows that this may not be the best approach for two reasons.
First, a child is not in the least interested in language for its own sake. In fact, a young child never focuses his attention upon language at all. He is too interested in his toys, in his playmates, and in the things that he can find that are not to be played with. Language is always of secondary importance, and all of his early language learning is peripheral learning. To a child, the value of language is measured by its ability to help him better enjoy his
House is the first learning environment for the child and parents are the first teachers. They not only guide the child in its progressive path but also demonstrate the appropriate behaviour by their actions. Normally we come across three categories of parents.