Help jou kind in die skool

Begin skool is opwindend en harde. Jy sal nodig het om te help om jou kind in die skool. Leer hoe om jou kinders in hul skool lewe ondersteun en help hulle slaag. Vind oor onderrig ondersteuning vir jou kind.

ready for school

Skool is waar kinders die meeste tyd deurbring. Hulle leer taal en kultuur in die skool. Dit is belangrik vir ouers om te help. Jy kan dalk nie Engels goed ken nie, maar daar is baie maniere waarop jy jou kind kan help. En jy kan hulle wys hoe om hulself te help! Hier is 'n paar idees om jou te help om jou kind in die skool te help.

Wenke vir alle ouderdomme

Daar is 'n paar dinge wat ouers kan doen om 'n kind van enige ouderdom te help.

Vra jou kind oor hul gevoelens

'N kind in die skool sal nie altyd praat oor hoe hy of sy voel. Hulle kan dalk 'n moeilike tyd, maar hulle wil dalk nie bekommerd wees nie. Vra hulle dikwels hoe hulle voel. Hulle is meer geneig om jou te vertel oor hul probleme as jy vra.

Besoek die skool met jou kind

Dit is moeilik om te begin by 'n nuwe skool. Visit the school with your child before the first day of school. Then they won’t be so confused or lost on their first day.

Find out about sports and other activities

Many children in the USA play sports in teams. Others join clubs or play music after school. Find out if your child is interested in any activities. Sports will help keep them healthy and make friends.

Buy or find materials

Try to buy the books and supplies your child needs before school starts. If you cannot afford supplies, talk to your child’s teacher. They will tell you where to get help with supplies.

Be honest with teachers

American schools are concerned with children’s welfare as well as with their education. ook, American teachers are very direct. They will want to talk to you about any behavior problems. For a very young child in school, they may talk about issues with their bodies. Byvoorbeeld, a preschool teacher might tell you your child is having stomach trouble or has a rash. If this makes you uncomfortable, remember that the teacher is trying to help your child. You can support your child and the teacher by talking honestly about problems and finding solutions.

Get tutoring support

Tutoring help studente. N volwassene, onderwyser, of 'n ander student mag in staat wees om 'n student mentor. Jou student in staat wees om ander studente mentor, ook. Sommige skole het programme na skool of tydens sekere klasse vir studente om onderrig te ontvang.

Individue en private maatskappye mentor ook. Tutors is tipies beskikbaar vir enige onderwerp. Private tutoring gebeur gewoonlik ná skool en sal geld kos. Jy kan ook in staat wees om gratis onderrig hulp vir jou student vind van 'n plaaslike program by 'n nabygeleë organisasie, godsdienstige gemeenskap, of naskoolse program. Daar kan organisasies wees net om te help vlugtelinge en ander nuwelinge. Jou skool kantoor kan 'n lys van private tutors en gratis onderrig het in die buurt. Jy kan ook kyk FindHello for programs in your area.

Daycare and preschool

Children can start daycare when they are babies. Some daycares will take children who are only 2 months old. Children are usually 4 of 5 years old when they start kindergarten. This is when they need the most help.

Find clothes and shoes that are easy to put on and take off

Teachers in preschool and daycare teach many children to dress and help them when they can’t. Wanneer klere is maklik om af te haal, jy help beide die kind en onderwyser.

Stel dieselfde skedule as skool op

As jou kind 'n middagslapie neem of stil tyd by die skool het, doen dieselfde by die huis. Dit sal maak dit makliker vir hulle om die skool roetine volg.

Saam gelees

Lees is 'n goeie gewoonte om te begin wanneer jou kinders jonk is. Lees help jou kind goed doen in die skool. Probeer om te lees om jou kind 'n paar keer 'n week en by slaaptyd. As jy nie Engels goed ken nie, vind foto boeke en vra jou kind om jou te vertel wat gebeur in die foto's. Jy kan ook begin om Engelse letters saam te leer.

Elementêre skool en die Midde-skool

Jou kind sal begin graad 1 op ouderdom 6. Elementêre en middelskool sluit grade in 1 om 8.

Stel 'n huiswerk roetine

Kinders in die VSA kry 'n soort huiswerk elke dag. Jy moet hulle aanmoedig om te doen ten minste 'n bietjie elke aand. As jy nie verstaan wat hulle werk op, vra hulle om jou te vertel oor dit. Probeer om hulle te help wanneer jy kan.

Gaan in met die onderwyser

Maak seker dat jy ouer-onderwyser-konferensies bywoon om te leer hoe jou kind dit doen. As jy 'n vertaler nodig het, vertel jou kind om die onderwyser voor die tyd te vra. Moenie bang wees om te praat met die onderwyser oor enigiets wat jy dalk bekommerd oor.

Hou lees!

Lees boeke met jou kinders elke dag totdat hulle vlot lesers is. As jy nie Engels ken nie, Jy kan die kind vra om te lees in Engels en vertaal. Baie kinders sal wil video speletjies te speel, kyk TV, of wees op sosiale media op hierdie ouderdom. Make sure to limit their time and show them that reading is important.

Hoërskool

Children usually start high school when they are 14 of 15. High school brings different challenges.

Continue to talk to your child about school every day

At this age, your child may not tell you as much as they used to. Encourage them to talk about what they are learning and how they are feeling.

Go to events

If your child does sports or activities, go to them if you can. Parents in the US support the children by showing up. This can also help you meet more people in your community.

Talk about next steps

High school is when students in the United States start planning for college. Encourage your children in their plans. Get help from the school with career and college planning.

A former newcomer talks about the challenges she faced when starting school as a child. She offers some advice about how to help your child.

A special note for single mothers

Parenting teenagers is hard! You may not always know what to do when our children grow and change. This can be hardest for single mothers with sons age 17 en ouer. If your student is failing in high school, he may skip classes or leave school altogether.

Watch out for warning signs. If your child seems depressed or stops talking to you about school, he may be failing. Continue to ask questions carefully and patiently to encourage him to talk to you. Stay in touch with his or her teachers and school, so you know what is going on. It is part of their job to help with problems.

If you are really worried, ask for help. Start with the National Parent Helpline. It has trained people who can give you support and advice by phone at (855) 427-2736, Monday to Friday, 10 am PST to 7 pm PST. It also has many online resources.

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