How Is My Second Grader Doing in School?
What to Expect and How to HelpUnknown - 1998
Youwere your child's first teacher. From infancy through the toddler years, you helped him learn to talk, walk, and explore the world. It was a responsibility and a joy you readily embraced. You are the parent of a first grader. Your child spends a large part of the day at school, but she still really needs your help at home. Research studies have shown time and time again that children whose parents are involved in their education are happier and more successful in school. But without specific knowledge of your first grader's curriculum, it's difficult to know what your child is expected to learn this year. "How Is My First Grader Doing in School?" is essential for parents who truly care about their child's academic success. Drawing on more than sixteen years of experience as an educator, curriculum coordinator, and education consultant, author Jennifer Richard Jacobson will help you understand what's going on in your first grader's classroom and will teach you how to incorporate "teachable moments" into everyday interactions with your child. Here's how you can help your second grader succeed: Use the pull-out assessment
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 
Copyright Date: �1998
Branch Call Number: 372.241 J158s
Characteristics: 192 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm + 1 booklet (30 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm)
Alternative Title: How is my 2nd grader doing in school?
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