What you can do at home to help your child succeed at school.
Information sponsored by Learning to Give and The McGregor Fund
Parental involvement predicts children’s academic success more than any other family characteristic such as parental education, income, family size or marital status.
Learning to Give’s research project has shown, over and over again, that parental involvement directly relates to a child’s success in school.
Of course, parents and caregivers want their children to succeed in school and gain the skills and knowledge necessary for a promising future. However, it isn’t always easy to know the best ways to help your child. This practical, easy-to-read information was created to give you specific, concrete ideas to encourage your child in school and work as a valued partner with his or her teacher.
Never underestimate the important difference you can make!
- What You Can Do at Home to Help Your Child Succeed at School
- Ways to Cooperate with Teachers for the Benefit of Your Child
- Things You Can Do With Your Child, Giving and Sharing Activities By Grade Level
- Thoughtful Questions to Ask Your Child
Related Resource: Nine Ways to Raise Children Who Give, Share & Care