Does your child have difficulty following instructions, or become frustrated with tasks that require multiple steps like getting dressed or packing their school bag? There are several ways you can help develop their organization and planning skills at home in a fun way.
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Asking about your child’s day is a meaningful way to gain an understanding of their feelings towards school, academically and socially. As children move into the higher grades, you’ll get less communication from the teachers, so engaging in conversation about school is particularly important.
TD Bank spotlighted Teachers on Call out of thousands of their customers as part of their national Big Dreams Campaign across Canada.
We are pleased to announce that Teachers on Call has been honoured with the Consumer Choice Award for 2019 in the category of Tutoring.
Winter can be a magical time of year, and like many, you may have been drawn to the theatre over winter break to catch the new star-studded Mary Poppins Returns to celebrate a little bit of magic for yourself and create some excellent learning opportunities!
Teachers on Call shares tips to Keep Kids Learning Over the Winter Break
The search is on for gifts to express appreciation for your child’s teacher and the important work they do. Supplies are one thing that’s always welcome – they’re practical and useful gifts that can save a teacher money and provide a lot of fun for the class. If you want to give teacher more of a “treat” that they get to enjoy for themselves, we can help you with that, too!
November is famous (or infamous) both for the first report card or progress report of the school year and parent teacher conferences. You've seen the report card and (may have) met the teacher, now what?