Monday, July 26, 2010

Parent Involvement: Part I

As a teacher for the last 21 years, I can assure you that positive parent involvement in the classroom is very important to the teacher and the children. According to an article by Lisa Capretto, she states that parent involvement in classroom has had a proven positive effect on children's success. The key is finding the time in an already busy schedule to volunteer. Capretto offers 38 simple ways to make the most of the upcoming school year.

Volunteering in the classroom for just 3 hours over the course of the entire school year is enough to make an impact on your child's education. The National Parent-Teacher Association's, Three for Me program, encourages and guides busy parents through different ways to get involved at their children's schools. With free online, sample forms, promotional fliers, and a forum for idea-sharing, Three for Me does a huge part of time-consuming work for you. So, find 3 hours over the next nine months and volunteer in your child's classroom.

Tomorrow check out my blog and get 8 simple ideas for parent involvement for younger and older children


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