All parents need to be concerned with their child's classroom behavior. It is an issue that can have a major impact on students' grades, and also how well kids get along with other children and teachers. From bullies in the classroom to every day student stresses, it helps for teachers and parents to work together to achieve positive classroom behavior.
For children in preschool or elementary school, to your tweens and teens, we have parenting tips and behavior tools that can help you guide your child to better classroom behavior. Learn how our free classroom behavior charts and classroom rewards ideas can help you encourage good habits at school. You may not be there in the classroom at school every day to monitor your child's behavior, but we can show you how to ensure your child is doing well; getting along with other kids and their teachers; and learning in class as they should be.
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