Stay in contact with teachers about your child’s progress. You don’t have to wait for teachers to contact you.
Try to talk about positives and possibilities instead of problems. This is a good model for your kids.
Listen to what your kids say they want. You might be impressed by some of their great ideas.
Volunteer to bring healthy treats to a practice for your child’s sports team.
Point out what you like about your kids.
Have a neighborhood celebration on the last day of the school year. Invite youth, parents, teachers, and other neighbors.
Let your child express his or her unique personality. Kids reveal themselves through their clothes, their hairstyles, and the way they act.
Spring cleaning, anyone? Help your child donate gently used things to charitable causes. Talk about having less stuff.
Thank the adults around you who make a difference in the lives of your kids.
Give your kids more ways to participate in your family’s spiritual practices and traditions.
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