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Parents

School Support System

How Can Parents Support their Child?

Practicing emotional regulation strategies & academic skills builds confidence and independence.

Did you know that enjoying reading time together lowers stress by 68%?

 

Safe & Caring: 7Habits Leader in Me  (Covey, 2008)

Model the 7Habits at home. Some examples are setting goals, eating healthy, getting proper sleep & problem solving with regulated emotions.

Learn more at 7Habits of Highly Effective Families.

Literacy & Numeracy Home Support

Enjoy reading with your child every night for at least 10 minutes! Model reading & writing at home. Play fun games with dice or cards to build number sense!

Go to ReaderNation for more information!

7Habits of Problem Solving Conflict & Bullying

Be Proactive:

I’m in charge of me. I can choose my responses towards others. 

I can use my words to solve a problem without hitting or hurting. 

Begin with the End in Mind:

     I can make smart choices: I can calm myself in any situation by using 

my strategies.  I know the end in mind is solving the problem.

            I will always ask an adult if I need help.

Put First Things First:

I can show others that I am a good friend. I will can choose to use my

 words first to problem solve or to communicate my feelings.

Think Win-Win:

I can solve problems by communicating politely 

and appropriately with others, even if I’m upset or feel hurt.

Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood:

I can listen to and understand more than one point of view.  

I can understand and listen to others when they say STOP. 

 I understand what I do affects others.  

Synergize:

I can learn from others and be able to work and play in a friendly way. 

Sharpen the Saw:

I can have balance in my life. 

I can eat healthy and get lots of sleep so that I am better 

at problem solving in any situation. 

I can ask my parents for help.



Adapted by M. Schlemko from S. Covey, 2008

7Habits of Digital Citizenship

Be Proactive:

I can choose to follow the group plan and expectations for online class. 

I can choose my responses to others online & take responsibility for myself. 

I understand that the whole world is watching.

I can choose to be kind.

Begin with the End in Mind:

     I can make good online decisions by NOT giving out my personal information 

and by using privacy settings.  

            I will always ask permission from my parents to go online.

I know that not everything posted online is true.

Put First Things First:

I can finish my class learning jobs.

I can finish my house chores.

Think Win-Win:

I can understand more than one point of view.

I can work together to think of many possibilities.  

I can problem solve by communicating politely & appropriately with others. 

I can ask my parents for help if I am unsure of how to solve an online problem.

Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood:

I can listen to and understand someone’s point of view.  

I can understand that my parents and teachers

 will have rules that I must follow when I am online.

Synergize:

I can learn with others online.

I can contribute my ideas and appropriately communicate with others online. 

Sharpen the Saw:

I can balance my screen time with other positive elements 

in my life such as family time, a hands-on project and outside recreation.



Adapted by M. Schlemko from S. Covey, 2008