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Class Moms is a one-stop "Question & Answer Forum" for Moms, Dads, Grandparents, Students, Teachers, School Administrators, and all others who choose to empower their children. A community of like-minded care-takers willing to share their knowledge with others who need it and to bring together people with different perspectives so they can understand each other better.

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  2. It would be a good idea to keep an eye on your children's progress in school. It also sends a positive message that schoolwork is important. Positive feedback nurtures confidence.

  3. The key is to emphasize healthy eating and appropriate portion sizes. Provide healthy food choices and try to incorporate fun ways to get moving together- bike rides, family walks. Also, look closely and what other family members are eating including yourself. Often, children mimic the eating behaviRead more

  4. There are some underlining issues here. 1. Is your child falling behind because the work is too hard and cant keep up? 2. Is it poor time management? 3. Are there too many extra curricular activities eating up all their time? 4. Is this a sudden change. Is your child hanging around with a differentRead more

  5. Why not! Teachers are under paid and over worked. Why not show them some consideration and let them know that you appreciate their hard work and the time they spend with your child.

  6. I myself was a very picky eater as a child. Looking back and also raising my own children, I've come to realize that being a picky eater will not negatively effect your child. So, if your child is picky, make the meals they like (hopefully healthyish) and let time take its course for your child's paRead more

  7. Hi... I'm not sure how old your children are. However, I know this may sound rude... But, just don't give it to them. Don't have it in the house and don't buy it for them when you're out.

  8. Don't Approach it directly. This is not your child and not your job. I know this is embarrassing and your instincts to correct bad behavior automatically take over, however, you must do nothing or let the teacher know that there may be some issues concerning poor behavior. It's probably best to notRead more