The Priceless Parents Children’s School Book is a 22-page full color for children to explore in school or at home how their parents or guardians contribute to their entire educational journeys. It is for students, youth, parents, teachers, pupil personnel and administrators to enjoy constructive discussions about improved relationships around schooling with every new generation. Parents and guardian prepare kids as best they can and they drop them off at schools “fully wrapped” with academic skills (ABC’s Numbers, Shapes and Color recognitions), life skills, disciplines and habit of mind from their homes.
The aims of The Priceless Parents Children’s Book (c) 2017 is to create opportunities for class member to share family ideas about educational appreciation and “best practices” for educational readiness so that class-communities have consensus on the individual and community development of academic skills, teamwork, and student achievement, especially in our culturally diverse classrooms.
It’s time for parent and kids to share with classroom friends family mantras about school readiness and best practices for assisting with each academic domain of homework, personal safety, family dress codes and character development.
Cross-Aged Tutorial Program
YOU HAVE BEEN SELECTED TO WORK WITH A CLASS OF YOUNGER STUDENTS.
WE CALL THIS CROSS-AGE TUTORIAL
YOU WILL BE ASSIGNED TO EITHER A STUDENT OR A SMALL GROUP OF STUDENTS.
YOU WILL SUPPORT THE YOUNGER STUDENTS TO UNDERSTAND HOW THEY
WILL BECOME RESPONSIBLE, RESOURCEFUL AND RESPECTFUL IN SCHOOL.
We are particularly interested in how parents and guardians share ideas on personal “responsibilities”
1) appreciating quality education,
2) readiness to learn in school;
3) obeying adults and teachers;
4) obeying rules
5) dressing for success in school and,
6) doing hard work to improve the potential for student achievement.
1st to 3rd to Project-based Learning Art Projects Requiring Sharing Information from Parents and Family
about what they expect children to do in school
4th to 7th Grade #SocialStudiesKits Project
Is schoolwork your Job?
Are you ready to learn in school?
Do you agree that parents and guardians are priceless?
How are you prepared for school?
Did anyone teach you how to act, and how to dress for and in school?
Who is the boss at home and in school?
Let’s write down some these of questions to ask at home.