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7 Questions to Ask Your Child’s Teacher


 

By the time this school year is over, your child will have spent about 180 days, and more than 1,200 hourswith their teacher! So, isn’t it worth asking what she thinks of your child?To find out what you may, or may not know about your son or daughter, ask your child’s teacher these 7 questions before the school year ends.

  1. Is my child performing at up to his/her ability?
  2. In what areas do you think my child could excel?
  3. What skills does he need to work on over the summer?
  4. What's been his greatest area of improvement this year?
  5. What area still needs improvement?
  6. How have his social skills developed over the past year?
  7. Was there anything you observed about my child academically or socially that concerned you or surprised you?

Related Resources:

 

Pillow Talk: End your day talking with your child.

What do you like about your teacher(s) this year? Is there anything you don’t like?

 

 

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