What is a good book to read on the first day of school?
The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn This is a beautiful story and perhaps one to suggest to parents of children who are really anxious about starting school.
How can I help my child learn at home?
Simple things you can do to help your child learn at home:
- Let your child know you believe in him or her.
- Talk, sing, and read with your child.
- Involve your extended family.
- Limit your child’s TV watching.
- Have a positive attitude toward school and learning.
- Make sure your child does homework.
Can I legally read a book on YouTube?
The short answer is, well, yes. While many well-intentioned commentators have warned teachers against this practice, the fact is that copyright law—specifically fair use—permits many read-aloud activities online.
What happened to Ryan and Craig storytime?
Due to overwhelming demand we had to often close the program for submissions. Beginning in Fall 2020, Ryan and Craig discontinued the Book Loan Program indefinitely. 🙁 And since SWR&C is on a permamanent hiatus, shou-outs are gone too. Man, we’re just full of bad news.
What can I teach my 6 year old at home?
What Should a 6 Year Old Be Learning?
- To decode basic words (with strategies) and identify sight words in order to read age-appropriate books.
- To write simple words and sentences using punctuation and capitalization.
- To tell time, read and print numbers up to 100, and add and subtract single-digit numbers.
What does a bucket dipper do?
A bucket dipper robs us of happy feelings by refusing to help, by gossiping or backstabbing, ignoring or excluding someone. Bucket dippers act this way because they have empty buckets. They think that they can fill their bucket by dipping into our bucket. A bully is an example of a bucket dipper.
How full is your bucket moral?
We love this children’s book that teaches kids about kindness and perspective taking. The premise of the book is that everyone has an invisible bucket. When our bucket is full, we feel happy and proud of ourselves. And when our bucket is empty, we feel lonely and sad.
How can I make my teacher mad?
Make funny noises.
- Rip a piece of paper an inch at a time.
- Scratch your nails on your desk.
- Repeatedly make a slurping noise when the teacher is not looking.
- Click your pen or tap your pencil.
- Drop your belongings.
- Repeatedly sniffle without blowing your nose, or cough.
- Scratch your legs loudly.