When I Grow up….

oopsy-daisy-when-i-grow-up-boys-2One of the questions that I was asked a lot and that we asked the children in the class was the all popular….

When you grow up, what do you want to be?

When we are young, our entire lives are ahead of us and there is a great big wold out there just waiting for us to dive in. But we, as adults, know the difficulty behind finding a job, getting a job, and keeping a job. Sometimes we are fortunate enough to find a job that we fall in love with. But most young adults entering into the work force is just not that lucky.

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Why Parents Should Be Involved

parentingSchools want to find teachers making an extra effort to receive the parents involvement in their own child’s education. Teachers must find a way to teach every child who’s inside their classroom. Student teaching was difficult since I realized that teenagers don’t necessarily respect you (you need to earn it), they’re defiant, their behavior must be managed and you must engage them. Thus the reason that I never taught in the middle and high school grades!

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Why Do We Need Kindergarten?

start kindergartenI really like teaching kindergarten! Thus, I began teaching kindergarten with a huge hole in my repertoire. You may really jump start their learning with even a single year of the kindergarten that really pre-teaches. These can obviously be based on the age of your own kindergarten class along with your school’s curriculum.

It is significant that a kid learns early that the world does not and will not revolve around him or her alone, and it aids the child learn that we live in a multicultural society full of various different types of people. Kindergarten supplies a modest additional time away from the fantastic demands of childcare in order that parents may look after other essential features of family life, leading ultimately to benefits for the kid in question too. Enrolling a kid in kindergarten can likewise aid a child develop her or his social skills. I didn’t interview my child.

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