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There are so many books out there!  How do you know if the one you've chosen is a good one to read to your child?  Join teacher Mary Munson for information about what to look for in a book and get a list of books that she recommends for young children.Visit Wintonbury's webpage for a printout of Mrs. Munson's book list and links.
Join teacher Melissa Sutton for information about how to help your child meet your expectations in the area of transitions.Last school year, we did three episodes on how you might choose to handle it when your child does not meet your expectations.  In this episode, Mrs. Sutton discusses what you can do to make it more likely that your child will meet your expectations in the first place.Visit Wintonbury's webpage for a printout of Mrs. Sutton's tips and links to more information.
Join speech-language pathologist Lauren McMaster for information about typical preschool speech and language development, and learn some ways to support your child's language development.Visit Wintonbury's webpage for a printout of Mrs. McMaster's tips and a link to more information.
Wintonbury Early Childhood Magnet School along with our school district has begun an initiative to implement the Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (CPS) Model, created by Dr. Ross Greene, to address social-emotional challenges.  In Part 3 of this series, Wintonbury School Social Worker Kathleen Johndrow focuses on how to use Plan B conversations to solve your child's unsolved problems.  Plan B conversations focus on collaborating with your child to find realistic, mutually satisfactory solutions.See Wintonbury's website for print-outs related to this episode.
Wintonbury Early Childhood Magnet School along with our school district has begun an initiative to implement the Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (CPS) Model, created by Dr. Ross Greene, to address social-emotional challenges.  In Part 2 of this series, Wintonbury School Social Worker Kathleen Johndrow focuses on how to identify your child's unsolved problems.  Rather than focusing on the challenging behavior that your child may exhibit, CPS focuses on the unsolved problems for which the challenging behavior is a symptom.See Wintonbury's website for print-outs related to this episode.
Wintonbury Early Childhood Magnet School along with our school district has begun an initiative to implement the Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (CPS) Model, created by Dr. Ross Greene, to address social-emotional challenges.  In this episode, join School Social Worker Kathleen Johndrow as she explains the first step of CPS:  Changing Your Lens.  How we view challenging behaviors affects how we respond to it.See Wintonbury's website for print-outs related to this episode.
In this episode, classroom teacher Ms. Levinson shares her advice on how to use "math talk" and other ideas to promote math while shopping at the grocery store with your child.See Wintonbury's website for print-outs related to this episode.
Join classroom teacher Rebecca Cole for some fun and easy suggestions about how to work on literacy while grocery shopping with your child.  Visit Wintonbury's webpage for a printout of Mrs. Cole's tips and a printable child-friendly grocery list.
Drop-off at school can be difficult.  Join classroom teachers Mrs. Mancini and Mrs. Smith-Horn for some suggestions about how to make this time a little easier.See Wintonbury's website for print-outs related to this episode.
Parents know that reading with their preschooler is important.  In this episode, join Wintonbury's Instructional Coach to get some tips on how to maximize this time with your child. See Wintonbury's website for print-outs related to this episode.
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