After I had my son, I felt very lucky to have such a bright young boy. His preschool teachers always gave me great reports and all throughout elementary and middle school he got great grades in his classes. Once he began high school, he stopped talking to me about his classes. Since I knew he was so bright, I thought it was just a phase he was going through. To my surprise, his grades plummeted on his first high school report card. I regretted not asking him more about his classes earlier, so I could figure out why he was having problems. Thankfully, after a long talk and a lot of encouragement, his grades sprung back and his next report card was much better. I decided to create a blog to share my experiences and tips with other parents of school-aged children. I hope you can learn from my tips!
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