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we@sel together for social emotional learning in october

Bonjour toute le monde,

Here we are in October already. The kids and staff seem to be all settled in. After the initial excitement of coming back, we are humming along nicely and looking forward to our famly barbecue Thursday, this week.


Included in this sel flyer are tips on homework, time management,working with teachers and community resources. Hopefully, you might find something that helps you and your elementary aged child. If you are to starting notice changes in their attitude about school, there is a good read below. End up by watching the cute video.


Everything is clickable and don't forget to browse the families and teen sites too. I hope you all have a nice October!


Cheers,

Mme. Linda

3 Signs It’s Time to Talk With Your Child’s Teacher

Email is often a good way to communicate with your child’s teacher.

Asking the teacher to clarify something can help you work together as a team.

Don’t let problems fester—ask questions sooner rather than later.


Read more here.

https://www.understood.org/en/school-learning/partnering-with-childs-school/working-with-childs-teacher/3-signs-its-time-to-talk-with-your-childs-teacher

Sometimes it’s not what you say but how you say it. If you want to effectively communicate with your child’s teacher, try these sentence starters.

  • “I’m concerned about my child’s...”

  • “Help me understand...”

  • “What was the goal of this assignment?”

  • “Have you considered...”

  • “I’ve noticed...”

  • “It seems as if she has a harder time doing __ when __.”

  • “Her IEP provides her with __. How does that look in the classroom?”

  • “How can I help?”

Geri Coleman Tucker

eating together for fun, food and conversation

community resources

Traumatic Grief Education Support Group HOPE * GRIEF * SUPPORT
There is a new eight-week homicide/suicide (or any other traumatic death) loss and grief educational support group for the first time in Prince George. The group provides the safety and space we need to heal. Place: PRINCE GEORGE TBA

Dates: Tuesdays, September 30 to November 25, 2014 (No class November 11th)
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 PM

Info: Kim Dixon (250) 561-8033, kimdixon@bcsspg.org; or Denise Torgerson (250) 563-2551 or email dtorgerson@hospiceprincegeorge.ca


ITSY BITSY YOGA

Parents learn dozens of poses to soothe and support their babies' development.
TOT Itsy Bitsy Yoga offers a yoga class that complements a tot's curiosity and exploration of movement.
No cost
SIGN UP is required ahead of time.
BABY Itsy Bitsy Yoga (Ages: 3 weeks - early crawling) Fridays 11 am- 12 pm
TOT Itsy Bitsy Yoga (Ages: Crawling - 24 months) Fridays 9:30 - 10:30 am
Location: AiMHi 950 Kerry Street
We will be running 4 week sessions periodically from Sept thru June. Contact for dates.
IDP @ 250-564-6408 ex 247, 248, 249, or 274 or by email at idp@aimhi.ca


Parenting After Separating

Contact the Family Justice Centre at 250-565-4222.

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