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  • Writer's pictureShaElla Askew

Building Bridges: 5 Ways Parents Can Support Teachers from Home


In the collaborative journey of education, the partnership between parents and teachers plays a pivotal role in shaping a child's academic success. While teachers provide guidance in the classroom, parents can extend their support from the comfort of home. Here are five practical tips to strengthen the bond between home and school, fostering an environment where every child can thrive.



Consistency is Key:

Establishing a consistent routine at home provides a stable foundation for your child's learning journey. Routines help children understand expectations, making it easier for teachers to build on the structure established in the classroom.


Shared Reading Adventures:

Transform reading into a shared adventure. Whether it's bedtime stories, exploring new books together, or discussing favorite reads, this shared activity not only strengthens literacy skills but also reinforces classroom learning. Click here to learn more about the new Alabama Literacy Act that impacts 3rd graders.


Homework Help Zone:

Create a dedicated space for homework where your child can concentrate. Be present to answer questions, provide guidance, and celebrate their accomplishments. Your active involvement sends a powerful message about the importance of education.


Communication Builds Bridges:

Stay connected with your child's teacher. Attend parent-teacher meetings, respond to communication promptly, and actively engage in conversations about your child's progress. Open lines of communication build a supportive educational community.


Fostering a Growth Mindset:

Encourage a growth mindset at home by teaching resilience and the value of learning from mistakes. Emphasize the journey of learning rather than fixating on grades. This mindset fosters a positive attitude towards challenges, instilling a lifelong love for learning.




As parents, our role extends beyond the walls of the classroom. By implementing these tips, we contribute to a collaborative learning environment, ensuring our children receive the support they need both in school and at home. Together, let's build bridges that enhance the educational journey for our young learners.


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