MAKE TIME FOR FUN
|January 21st 2010
tips for better grades
less stress from The Grade Coach
Well, ,it is beginning to feel more like January now. A fresh covering of snow here in Massachusetts has made everything sparkle and shine again. Although I am not a huge fan of the cold weather, I would rather look out on fresh snow. It brightens my office and lifts my spirits.
This week is regarded as the low point of the year for many people. The excitement of the holidays is over; everyone is back to work and school. And to top it all, this is the week everyone realizes their New Year's resolutions have fallen by the wayside.
This week's article is about how to help your teenager make sure that progress is being made on the goals that have been set, so that the slump does not strike in your house.
I hope you enjoy this week's newsletter.
Wishing happiness and success
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Are you sick of your child coming home with grades that don't show how smart they really are? Are you tired of seeing them up all hours of the night trying to keep up with the work? Have they ever lost grades because they forgot about a test? Had no time to study? Forgot their books? Had too many things to do? Got distracted?
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