Lately I’ve had a hard time coming up with interesting, meaningful blog topics. I’ve had a few ideas, but then thought, “Would people really find that useful?” and second guessed myself.
So I’m going to throw it back at you, faithful readers. Any topics you’ve been dying to hear about? We want this blog to be useful and meaningful to you and your family, so have at it. Let us know what you’d like, or things you find less helpful.
2 thoughts on “Feedback Friday”
With all of the electronic learning games that are available, how do you weigh the advantages of your child learning key concepts and being entranced by the games?
I am a preschool teacher. I get a lot of parents who try to measure their own success by how their children are doing. If a parent has his or her child reading before kindergarten they can use that as proof of their good parenting. It's hard to explain that each child is an individual and to get them to stop comparing and competing. I don't think anyone has ever asked me, \”So, did you read before kindergarten?\” to measure my success as a happy, functional adult. I have a 15 year old daughter whose reading comprehension is higher than her English teacher's, but she was an average reader in early elementary school. How do I help my parents find a balance, to love learning but shed the need to compare?