Writing Child Stories in an ADHD World

Writing Child Stories in an ADHD World Have you noticed how your attention span has gotten shorter? Personally, I rarely have the patience to sit through a move in which the plot slowly unfolds. With a few notable exceptions, the plot has to move at a brisk pace. If we, as adults, now demand a […]

Behavior management tips

Behavior Management Tips General Rules Twelve steps teachers can take at the beginning of the year to promote effective classroom management are: Develop a set of written expectations you can live with and enforce. Be consistent. Be consistent. Be consistent. Be patient with yourself and with your students. Make parents your allies. Call early and […]

Spice Up Child Stories by Using Sound

Spice Up Child Stories by Using Sound This article presents a parenting tip for using sound, and especially onomatopoeia, with child stories. The benefits are: they make child stories more interesting stories become more interactive making sounds is fun Why Use Sound? As recently as a few centuries ago, stories were primarily oral/aural; they were […]