Season 1, Episode 17: Finish the School Year Strong
The end of the school year is rapidly approaching here in the United States. For many children, the end of the school year can bring about stress and uncertainty. Many of our students have feelings of anxiety - they may be a bit more anxious than excited about the end of the school year.
Typically, the school year helps our students to establish positive routines and relationships that support them. A change in these routines can often trigger stress responses, especially in our students who learn differently.
In this episode, we’ll discuss signs and behaviors you should be looking for in your children as the school year comes to a close. We’ll also cover appropriate summer practice for your children with learning challenges.
Tune in for our top tips for finishing this school year strong, especially if you feel like your child is suffering from the end of the year blues!
Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
Season 1, Episode 9: Working Memory with Dr. Erica Warren
Season 1, Episode 13: The Matthew Effect and Literacy Development in Children
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