7 Easy Ways Dads Can Get Involved in Their Children's EducationFrederick J. Goodall
With the new school year upon us, it’s important for fathers to make plans to get involved in their children’s education. Research has shown that dads who take an interest in their child’s education have a powerful positive impact on their achievement at school.
One of the simplest things you can do is read to your child’s class. Each year, I volunteer to be the mystery reader at my children’s schools. The kids love it because they get to hear new stories told in funny ways. The teachers love it because they can take a break and work on academic planning. I love it because I get to spend some time with my kids during the school day.
If you’re wondering how can you be active this school year, here are 7 easy ways that dads can get involved in your children’s education.[collection type=’slideshow’ style=’classic’]
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