AdviceBe informed about the Social Justice Program of the class:- UNICEFGeneral recommendations:Encourage strong self-discipline and self-controlwith the children (practicing a sport helps a lot.)No video or computer games during the week. Limited time on week-end (if school work satisfactory?)Enroll the child in a sport.Organize playdates and sleep-overs. Children need to interact and be social. In class, only academic conversation are admitted. Support your child's education: read together, visit a museum, go hiking, play games!Limit time in front of the TV and monitor what children watch.Visit the neighbors, play a board games,listen to music, draw, or read.Go to sleep early (No TV. Read in bed!)Eat a nutritious breakfast such as bread, fruits, eggs, or “non-sugary” cereals.
Links To contact Crescent Heights PTA president: Mrs. ReedVarious informationHealth Great Schools (involved parents/successful students) Science Social Justice Links Standards for technology State Content StandardsNewYork Times - Parent ConnectionU.S. Dept of EducationAmerican Academic of PediatricsRecommended Reading List - CA recommended list K-2 list3-5 list What book is right for me?Information about giftednesssocialemotionalissuesGifted Education Page CA Association for the gifted