• Sleep, Eat, Read, and follow the rules :)

    Posted by Susan Starkey on 8/12/2016

     

    These are just a few guidlines to help your child be successful here in Room 21.

    I hope you find them helpful- Mrs. S.

     

    sleep!

     

     

     

     

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    Too much sugar?

    How much free sugar should our kids have and is it really that bad? There is room for a little bit of sugar in children’s diets, but these foods and drinks should only be seen as occasional treats, never the norm. High sugar foods tend to have fewer vitamins and minerals, and they may start to replace nutritious foods kids need to grow and develop.

     

    Age

    Maximum recommended sugar intake per day

    Teaspoons

    4-6yrs

    19g

    5

    7-10yrs

    24g

    6

    From 11yrs

    30g

    7

     

     Please check nutritional lists/labels/menus for sugar content.

    You may be surprised at home much sugar lurks in your child's  food!

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    Reading is EVERYTHING! Not all students learn to read at the same time, however-and in Room 21 that's OK. We'lleverything we can to get ready to do so.

    The important thing is for you to read to/with your child for at LEAST twenty minutes a day at home. It's not all about test scores, either-Here's why:

     

    READ!

     

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    Discipline and Behavior ( please click the link for my philosophy of discipline)

     

    happystudents

     

     

     

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