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It is hard to believe half the school year is gone and it is 2018!   To help get your student get ready for Milestones in the Spring, youe child needs to continue practicing their reading, math and writing.  With writing they can keep a journal about what they are doing at school or their favorite sport or hobby. 

They need to read at least 20 minutes each night.  This is a great family activity to do after dinner or before bedtime.   They can read books, magazines or comic books, it doesn't matter as long as they are reading.  They also need to practice their math facts at least 15 minutes each night.  If they are in third grade or above it is important for them to learn their multiplication and division facts.  As math advances, it will make math easier if they know these facts.

Students can make their own flash cards using index cards or by cutting paper to the size of a flash card.  They can write a math fact on one side and the answer on the other side.  By making their own flash cards, they get to practice the facts while they are writing them out. 

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  • Amy Word   
  • Debbie Harper

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