HomeworkHelpline

Homework Helpline

Supporting the Complex Learner’s Homework Experience You know the drill. Kids don’t like homework. They want to come home and eat and play and zone-out and see friends. Homework is not on their list! But most students see homework as a necessary chore and they figure out how to get

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No Hocus Pocus

The Magic of Parent-Teacher Partnerships for Complex Learners The research is clear – children whose parents are more involved in their education have higher rates of attendance, homework completion, elevated grades, and school completion. Family involvement also facilitates children’s cognitive, social, and emotional functioning and has been linked to increased

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5 Takeaways from The Wolf School's Complex Learners Conference

5 Takeaways from The Wolf School’s Fourth Annual Complex Learners Conference

Every year special education professionals, classroom teachers, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, and parents gather at The Wolf School for a singular purpose – to increase their knowledge of children with complex learning and attention issues and share strategies to support the optimal cognitive and social growth of Complex

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Trick or Treat?

Halloween: Trick or Treat?

Making Halloween happier for everyone! Take weeks of kids talking about costumes, numerous parties in school and in the community, constant Halloween movies on TV, stores filled with noisy orange and black decorations, and a candy explosion everywhere you go. Now add in a child who’s prone to meltdowns, is

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Do you dread homework as much as your child?

5 tips to help make homework time easier! Homework. Is this a word that conjures more fear than a horror movie, more anxiety than a dentist appointment, more avoidance than cleaning the bathroom? Is it a time of day that means frustration, struggles, tears, arguments, and defeat in your home?

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Getting your child to open up about school

How was school? Fine.

You’re excited to hear about his day and want him to open up but you just can’t seem to get your child to talk. So, what do you do? How do you get your child to open up about the school day?

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Helping Teachers Help Your Child With Learning Differences

Back to School Communication for the Best Year Ever! Word on the street (and in the educational journals!) is that positive parent-teacher relationships contribute to your child’s success in school.  This may seem obvious and at the same time somewhat hard to manage, especially if your child has complex learning

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Tips on ending summer on a high note

Ending Summer on a High Note: Creating Traditions to Help the Transition

Discover tips to ease the uncertainty the end of summer brings to children with multiple learning differences

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A Parent's Guide to Picky Eating

A Parent’s Guide to Picky Eating – Bringing a Wolf School tradition home

A Wolf School tradition to help parents encourage their picky eaters to try new foods

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Students (and staff!) loved watching their bottle rockets launch!

Camp Confidence Week 1 – “When I Grow Up”

See photos of all the fun of Week 1 of the Wolf School's summer program - Camp Confidence

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