Super 5

Super 5

How can you help your child start the school year strong?

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1. Get a Gut Check

1. Get a Gut Check

Use the Readiness Check to see how your child is doing with math and reading skills needed for their new grade, plus get videos and activities to support learning at home!
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3. Support Life Skills

3. Support Life Skills

Strengths such as communication, problem-solving, and confidence will help your child in school and life. Talk openly with your child about how they feel and how they handle situations, especially the tough ones.
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5. Make it Fun

5. Make it Fun

You are the expert on your child and help make learning real! Read together on topics that interest your child. Find math in everyday life and turn it into a game. These small learning moments add up to a lot!
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2. Celebrate Effort

2. Celebrate Effort

Help your child see that hard work is what leads to success. Focus on effort and what your child is learning. This will help them feel less nervous about new challenges.
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4. Partner Up

4. Partner Up

Help the teacher get to know your child by sharing their interests, strengths, and areas they need support. Click below for parent-teacher conference ideas and resources.
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*Parents 2018: Going Beyond Good Grades
**Scholastic Teacher and Principal School Report, 2016

Ready for the new school year?

According to our national survey, 90% of parents believe their child is performing at or above grade level.*
What percentage of teachers say students start the school year prepared for grade-level work?**

Want a gut-check on how ready your child is for the new school year? It only takes a few minutes.

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