It’s report card time!  To help you make sure that your kids end the school year on a high note and understand the importance of making learning learning a part of summer, we created this Report Card Worksheet. The goal is to track success in individual subjects and set goals for next year–there is even […]

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Progress reports, report cards. Parent teacher interviews… it’s that time of year for the first formal report of how kids are doing do far this grade. The first report card can be a stressful time for parents and kids alike.  Maybe there might be a few unpleasant surprises, and maybe a few red flags, which […]

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Report Cards can be very stressful for families. Kids don’t want to disappoint their parents, or be punished for bad grades, and parents don’t want to find out that their child is struggling academically. While report cards can be stressful, they don’t have to be. Before stress levels reaches the danger zone, consider the following: […]

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Report cards are stressful. Report cards can be confusing. And, like it or not, they will be here before you know it. Now that families everywhere have settled back into their school year routine, it’s time to start thinking about report cards. Too often, after the back-to-school rush is over, families relax into the school […]

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Teenage girl in her class ready for school

Early years—Kindergarten Through Grade Two From the ages of five onwards, children are learning to adjust to an academic setting. Report cards tend to report on student’s behavioral and social progress, such as how they are getting along with their peers, and whether they can stay focused on a task. Academically, young children are being […]

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