Make going back to school after the holidays easier for everyone. Back to School Tips for After the Holidays – Little HeroesThe Reading Room.
Overcoming Separation Anxiety on the First Day of School Entering a new environment filled with unfamiliar people can cause anxiety for children — and their parents! Find out how to overcome the separation anxiety that accompanies a child’s first day of school. By Karin A. Bilich, Ilisa Cohen, and the editors of Parents magazine READContinue reading “Overcoming Separation Anxiety on the First Day of School”
Starting School with Autism Preparing to start school: It’s normal to feel anxious about your child starting school. If your child has ASD, you might have extra concerns about preparing her for the transition to school. READ MORE: via Starting primary school: children with ASD | Raising Children Network.
What’s the best way to keep from feeling nervous and confused? Action! Your first day of high school may be months away, but you can start preparing for it now with these ideas. READ MORE: via It’s My Life . School . High School . Getting Prepped | PBS Kids GO!.
School & Child Care – Getting Ready for School PREPARING YOUR CHILD FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Going back to school means getting into a new schedule and routine. Although your child may have attended summer camp or kept busy over the summer, starting the school year can be tough. Even if your child has attended schoolContinue reading “Elementary School Preparing your Child”
Learning Disabilities in Middle School by Scholastic- Parent & Child http://www.scholastic.com/parents/resources/article/gifted-special-needs/learning-disabilities-middle-school The transition to middle school can be overwhelming for any student, but for a child who has been diagnosed with learning disabilities, the move is often especially traumatic. Here’s how to help your child adapt, while readying yourself and the school staff too: PrepareContinue reading “Learning Disabilities in Middle School | Parents | Scholastic.com”
Back-to-School Transitions. Tips for parents
Originally posted on S.O.A.R. Tutoring & Advocacy:
1. Routines – Establish Them Now Talk about schedules with your kids, use their input. If they have some ownership in the structure, they are more likely to buy into it. Meals, bed times, homework, etc…, will all be easier down the road, if routines…