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A to Z Be Like Me Activity Guide
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A to Z Be Like Me Activity Guide

A to Z Be Like ME Flashcards are designed to grow with your child as they progress through the various stages of life. Pair this FREE downloadable guide filled with career definitions for your flashcard set and suggested learning activities to affirm your child while teaching them letters and sounds in a fun and engaging way!

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1.     Read to your son daily.  

2.     Teach him letters, sounds and site words.

3.     have your son read to you once he is able.

4.     Team him how to spell and recognize his name.

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1.     Continue to read with your son daily.

2.     encourage him to read on his own.

3.     Meet your son's teachers and discuss your son's strengths and weaknesses.

4.     encourage your son to Try different activities and sports like coding, swimming, LEGO building, basketball, music, art, etc.

5.     Attend parent nights, student performances and games to show your son support.

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1.     Encourage your son to read daily.

2.     Meet your son's teachers and discuss his strengths and weaknesses.

3.     Work with your son to narrow down sports and activities he wants to take to the next level.

4.     Attend parent nights, student performances and games to show your son support.

5.     Allow your son to express his feelings about the changes happening to him physically and emotionally. 

6.     Pay close attention to your son's friends and their choices.

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1.     Encourage your son to read daily. 

2.     Meet your son's teachers and discuss his strengths and weaknesses.

3.     search with your son for opportunities to build on their sport and activity of choice like workshops.

4.     Attend parent nights, student performances and games to show your son support.

5.     talk to your son about becoming a young adult and the responsibility that includes. 

6.     Pay close attention to your son's friends and their choices.

7.     Visit colleges and work together to make a school or work development choice.

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