First Grade: Social and Emotional Articles
Your first grader is now able to hold a pencil, write simple sentences and follow more complex directions, so why not try teaching him how to butter his bread, write a simple thank you letter, and answer the phone?
Expert advice from a school psychologist on how parents can better understand their first grader.
A child's social behavior is easy to track in the classroom or on a playdate. But what about those moments where children are free to interact with one another without direct adult supervision? Whether it's on the playground, in the hallway, or when adult backs are turned, a child's peer ...
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