Can you even imagine what it would be like to perform a task that you have never done before and be expected to excel at it?
It’s teacher appreciation week and we at BetteFetter.com want to salute all of the educators and parents as educators working tirelessly to make the lives of our society’s most precious asset even better. As a little token of our appreciation, we have put our whole Teachers Pay Teachers site on sale…
Helping your child tap into their creative side doesn’t have to break the bank. Kids of all ages love to get art supplies as gifts. But don’t feel like you have to spend the big bucks to give your kids hours of creative fun. Here are 14 gift ideas, most of which you can find at your local arts and crafts store.
As your kids get older, they work more independently, so you may not think talking with the teachers is important, but because they work more independently, finding out what’s happening is even more important, especially for visual and ADD students.
“We must take care that children’s early encounters with reading are painless enough, so they will cheerfully return to the experience now and forever. But if it’s repeatedly painful, we will end up creating a school-time reader instead of a lifetime reader.”
– Jim Trelease
Do you find yourself crying, throwing temper tantrums, name calling, finger tapping, sighing deeply or giving the stink eye when helping with homework?Listen in to episode 31 of Living Life as a Visual Thinker to get some great ideas to become a homework hero.