Michelle Sélène March 28, 2020 worksheets kindergarten
2. Ask them to demonstrate their learning / understanding. This is more effective in the lower classes and again helps build confidence while actually revising concepts and getting your child to think about applications.
If you really, REALLY, want to impress the home inspector, you can temporarily label any switches whose operation is not obvious. Such as switches for interior plugs, exterior lighting and accessories like pumps, ponds, attic fans and so forth.Anything you do to help the inspector get the job done easily and quickly will influence the final report. Make them smile and make them wonder, ”Does a home inspector live here?”
6. Use the online environment. There are many free resources on the net. These provide interesting ways of learning a subject as well as interesting worksheets. However children will not instinctively turn to the web for learning and this will need your active involvement and encouragement.
Another downside to technology is the issues it can cause with a school. Instituting laptop plans and things have their pros but also a lot of cons. If the internet is not working for example, the entire school basically shuts down. Class plans have to be changed and homework might not be able to be turned in if something is working properly. When assignments are written on paper and handed in manually, there are much fewer reasons for students to not turn it in on time. Whereas, if something is meant to be turned in online, if the website is not working or the student’s computer is having issues, a teacher has to extend due dates for multiple people.
One of the most prevalent issues home inspectors find are problems and modifications to the house electrical systems. Homeowners seem to find it necessary to make changes and add wiring where it does not currently exist. It amazes me that we do not hear of more electrocutions. I am going to explain how to safely inspect your own electrical systems and share what the red flags are when the home inspector comes to call.
1. Stay connected with your child. Ask how things are going, what is being taught, where there are challenges. The support this provides to a child is significant and boosts their confidence while reducing pressure.