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December 29, 2016
Celebrate What Your Child Has Learned

When your child masters a new topic, commemorate her efforts. Hang a corkboard and encourage her to add something new to represent what she's learned. Encourage her to send a letter to her grandparents describing her new-found knowledge. Celebrating your child’s achievements is a great way to encourage her to work hard and continue her academic success.

 
 

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