Take house cleaning as an opportunity to teach your child about organization and charity. As you clean, pack up things you no longer want or need to donate to charity. Have your child do the same. Instead of them constantly pushing old toys to the side, teach the value of donating them to others. Another alternative is to teach your child about organization and business by organizing a yard sale.
Open communication. By encouraging candid and open communication (including a lot of listening on your part), can help you be more aware of potential health hazards, and enable you to take appropriate and timely action to mitigate them.
“Keisha,” he sounded, a hushed echo reverberating harshly against the cluttered shelving units lining both the walls of the narrow room. He reached down, tenderly grasping her hands while bringing his solid gaze to challenge hers.
School One: End of October. Evaluations are completed, I.E.P s written, parent meetings held, and the schedule is set. Minor changes may occur during the year.