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It is Never Too Late to Earn That Degree

When I was a teenager, my parents encouraged me to begin college directly after I graduated high school. However, I wanted to take a short one-year break from school. After landing a full-time waitressing job and earning pretty good money for a year, my motivation to continue my education vanished. After over a decade of waitressing, I began developing back pain, and I knew I needed to go back to college, but I was so afraid! I finally just "did it" and registered for classes at a local college. I forgot how much I loved learning! I am now a social worker and really love helping others. Since having a good education is such an important part of living a healthy, happy life, I decided to make a blog to share my educational tips. I hope I can help empower you to succeed in any educational endeavor you take!

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If you are going to send your child to any sort of preschool or kindergarten in the next year or two, chances are good that you want to give your child every chance possible to succeed. This is important because it will allow you to feel good about your role as a parent and your own child's abilities. One way that you can ensure that your child feels confident going into school or any education program is if he or she is able to identify the letters of the alphabet. This is important because many ideas revolve around the alphabet, and it will help your child get a jump start on reading. Here are some tips for reinforcing the alphabet before your child goes to school.

1. Point Out Letters In Your Everyday Life

The first thing that you want to do is focus on pointing out letters in your everyday life to your child. This could be directing his or her attention to menus, signs, plaques, or any other location where he or she will be able to clearly recognize a letter and figure out what it is. This will help your child live his or her life immersed in letters and therefore make it easier for him or her to identify them when he or she goes to school.

2. Read Out Loud Together

The next thing that you want to do is read out loud to your child. The reason for this is that it will greatly enhance your child's literacy and increase his or her willingness to think about books. It will also allow you more time to point out specific letters and link them to the sounds that those specific letters make. Finally, it will help your child memorize what sounds letters make together. If your child has a favorite book that he or she basically has memorized, you can focus more on the individual letters and allow your child to read the book out loud to you, pointing to each word as he or she says it. If he or she can't find a word that he or she knows comes next, you can talk about the letters individually and help your child identify the word that he or she is looking for.

For more information, talk to the education program that you plan on sending your child to in the future. They might have other guidelines that they encourage you to help your child follow. Contact a school like Montessori Of Woodridge for more advice.