We all love our children so much and of course want the very best for them. We teach them about life and feed them to keep them healthy and strong. We listen to them, we cuddle
them when they are hurt, we cry secretly when they have been
insulted or someone has been mean to them. We do so much to help them grow to be strong, capable people.
I have worked with children my whole life and love them. I am a blessed mother of two daughters and 3 beautiful granddaughters. I adore them all.
I wanted to offer some thoughts regarding another way to help and support your children. I know that adding help with studies is just one more expense that needs to be handled for our sweethearts. The benefits, though, are so great and just keep growing each year. If your student is struggling even a little
with basic things, such as math or writing or reading, I highly
recommend getting them help early, and continue it as long as you can, for the sake of your beautiful child. Tutoring, if done correctly, can enhance self esteem, self confidence, certainty,
a positive attitude in addition to helping with academics. I am privileged to see this everyday with my students. Life changes for them, becomes easier, less stressful, and their own strength and courage grows. A child struggling with reading starts to feel dumb, or less than others who read easily. Sometimes other children will make fun of them, and unfortunately, sometimes teachers can make the student feel not so smart also.
These are hard times now in education with all the changes in curriculum and with such large classrooms. Being in school now is stressful and can really be upsetting to a child.
Please watch over your sweethearts early on in school, to see if there are some areas that need help right away, so it doesn't spin out of control. I see little guys that are so terrified of reading that they cry or get angry when asked to read. Help them early.
For any of you parents out there who have a Transitional Kindergartners, or Kindergarteners, or 1st or 2nd graders, know that with the new curriculum changes, what is demanded of your
little one is much greater than ever before. Check out your states Kindergarten requirements if you will have a little one starting next August or September.
Well, I hope I have provided some loving information
for all your little ones. If I can answer any questions or address any concerns, please let me know. I can be reached at
email@example.com or mrspattstutoring.net.