Goal of the Month for Parents
Teacher Tips for Parents
Growth Ed Team

Goal of the Month for Parents

Each month, we share a new Goal of the Month for parents. These goals give you something positive you can focus on with your children. Many are things you are already doing or have done in the past, but it is always good to circle back to them and we

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Education Quotes for Parents and Teachers
Teacher Tips for Parents
Growth Ed Team

Education Quotes for Parents and Teachers

At Growth Ed, we love an inspiring quote, so we have compiled a list of some of our favorite education quotes for parents and teachers. Check out our blog for our insightful Teacher Tips for Parents! “You must do the things you think you cannot do.” – Eleanor Roosevelt “You

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Kindergarten Prep for Alphabet & Sounds
Teacher Tips for Parents
Growth Ed Team

Kindergarten Prep for Alphabet & Sounds

Having a good understanding of alphabet and sound knowledge is the beginning step in developing reading skills. It is crucial that children can identify the letters of the alphabet out of order and identify the sound each letter makes. This applies to both capital and lowercase letters and should be

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Teacher Tips for Parents
Growth Ed Team

Handwashing Tips for Kids

Handwashing is probably getting old for everyone by now, and that is exactly why it is a great time for some handwashing tips for kids! CDC Guidelines Review with your kids the proper way to wash their hands. The CDC describes the following 5 steps in detail (link). Wet Lather

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Quarantine Activities for Kids
Teacher Tips for Parents
Growth Ed Team

Indoor Family Quarantine Activities

April Goal of the Month – Take this month to appreciate the extra time with your kids by trying new activities together each week. Here are a few to get you started!

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Mom helping daughter with virtual learning
Teacher Tips for Parents
Growth Ed Team

3 Virtual Learning Tips to Survive & Thrive

Parents, students, and educators everywhere are in a world of uncharted waters. Families are facing new challenges every day and parents are being asked to take on a whole different kind of role with their children. In a matter of hours, parents of students everywhere were asked to transition their

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