HighReach Learning Family Connection Materials

HighReach Learning values the role of the family in making a difference in the lives of young children. Children learn from the people and places around them. You are truly your child's first teacher and play an integral part in his or her development. Our curriculum encourages families and teachers to work together, guiding children's learning in powerful ways. All of our early childhood curriculum programs offer Family Connection Sets which promote the bond between home and school and provide you, the family, with opportunities to extend learning simply during daily routines. All components are in English and Spanish except storybook. Our Family Connection Sets contain the following materials.

Family Newsletter
This newsletter provides information about topics being discussed in your child's classroom. Also include children's books related to the current topic and tips for using the Family Poster.
 
 

Children's Storybook
Enjoy the fun of shared reading time with these topic-related storybooks. Your child will receive a copy of the same storybook used by the teacher. Extend learning and build language, vocabulary, and comprehension with the suggestions and discussion questions included on the back cover of each book.

Cuddle & Connect/Reflect & Connect
Use these quick and easy interactions when you are On the Go, At Mealtime, In the Bath, or Out and About. These playful connections make daily routines fun and interactive, further connecting you to classroom experiences and learning.
 
  Discoveries-to-Go
You will be able to see what has been done at school and continue the learning at home. These fun experiences can be a springboard into an engaging conversation: "Tell me about . . ."
Family Posters
Your child will be thrilled to show all the exciting things he/she is learning about. Each posters focuses on movement, social/emotional development, or language development and include ways you can use the poster at home.
 

Ways You Can Further Connect & Be Involved

Research continues to show the importance of family involvement in a child's success in school. Below are some tips on how you can play an active role in creating a partnership with your child's teacher and connecting with your your.

  • Volunteer in your child's class.
  • Provide materials and/or information requested in the Family Newsletter.
  • Share your knowledge, culture, strengths, hobbies, and interests with your child's class.
  • Ask your child questions about his/her day: "What did you like most about today?" Be sure to share about your day as well.
  • Play with your child and have fun.

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