Help kids reach their full potential St. John's NL

Children have boundless potential. As parents we invest in their education, enroll them in sports and even support their interest in learning an inst ...

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(709) 722-6324
65 Ridge Road
St. John's, NL
 
Eastern School District
(709) 758-2372
215 Water Street
St. John's, NL
 
Academy Canada
(709) 739-6767
167-169 Kenmount Road
St. John's, NL
 
Kidcraft Educational Supplies Ltd
(709) 753-7676
82 O'Leary Avenue
St. John's, NL
 
Academy of First Baptist K-12 Christian School
(709) 364-8928
Ambassador Pl
St. John's, NL
 
Ecole des Grands-Vents
(709) 754-8000
65 Ridge Road
St. John's, NL
 
Lakecrest - St John's Independant School
(709) 738-1212
58 Patrick Street
St. John's, NL
 
Keyin College
(709) 579-1061
44 Austin Street
St. John's, NL
 
Goldshield Institute (T&R)
(709) 697-2038
300 Topsail Road
St. John's, NL
 
Ecole des Grands-Vents
(709) 754-8000
65 Ridge Road
St. John's, NL
 

Help kids reach their full potential

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(NC)-Children have boundless potential. As parents we invest in their education, enroll them in sports and even support their interest in learning an instrument because we want them to excel in school and in life. Sometimes, the challenge is to bring their potential to the surface and discover what your child's strengths are. Here are some tips to help children reach their full potential:

Find the right outlets: Rather than trying to contain or discipline a child who likes to stand out, what about helping them stand out more? Consider giving a child like this more responsibility in the classroom for a big project or a leadership role - like a class fundraiser. You'll be surprised how this will help them meet their need to get noticed in a responsible way.

Support their ambition: If kids have a cause they're passionate about, parents and teachers have the responsibility to give them the resources they need to succeed. Websites like www.ccfcanada.ca offer easy to use, step-by-step ways to organize a fundraiser for students of all ages.

Integrate their passion into the curriculum: If a child finds something that excites them, like helping a child in need in another country, consider integrating that into your curriculum. Teach about that country and have students research issues that affect children overseas.

More resources for teachers and students are available online at www.ccfcanada.ca

Credit: www.newscanada.com