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What To Do If your child gets a bad grade?
You may have high expectations for your child’s grades, or you may be a bit more laissez-faire about the whole thing. Regardless, the answer to “How should parents react to a bad report card?” pretty clear: there is a right and wrong way to approach it.
At a younger age in primary school I fought hard to get nice grades because my parents were teachers so it will be a shame to even have bad grades but then my parents can encourage and talk to me but with bad grade you will lose a lot you won't just be in their good books because they believe you have no reason to fail.
Here are a few initial tips on how to deal with a bad report card when it first comes home.
Step 1: Give it some distance
The first thing you want to do is to make sure you do not react at the moment.
It’s tempting to want to express your frustration but I think it is not the right time, especially if this isn’t a new issue for your child.
Step 2: Schedule a time to talk
Instead, wait until you’ve calmed down a little bit and schedule a time to talk. It shouldn't be a midnight wake up call like most African parents do. Because the child already knows what's about once you do that.
This will help to avoid a screaming match, which is the quickest way to guarantee nothing productive will come out of the situation.
Instead, take him or her out maybe a park where you can discuss over some snacks and hood view.
Step 3: Create an open discussion, and state the feeling.
The triangular construction box is one of the sensorial materials on our Montessori shelves. It encourages exploratory work and shows the child how an equilateral triangle can be divided into other types of triangles.