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RESOURCES FOR REMOTE LEARNING - #SponsoraScholar - By Amapola

RESOURCES FOR REMOTE LEARNING - #SponsoraScholar - By Amapola

  Hello Café Ama Lovers Continuing withmapola's recommendations, this time, in addition to the resources and materials that your early childhood education service or the school can provide, you can also use the following resources: ABRA - Selection of 33 game-like activities in English and in French to promote reading comprehension and writing skills of early readers. British Council – English language learning resources, including games, reading, writing and listening exercises. Byju’s – Learning application with large repositories of educational content tailored for different grades and learning levels. Discovery Education – Free educational resources and lessons about viruses and outbreaks for...

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AMAPOLA'S TIPS FOR HOME LEARNING

AMAPOLA'S TIPS FOR HOME LEARNING

    -Define a Structure: Set a schedule for the weekdays and weekends. Children and teens do their best if there are plans for each day, especially the weekdays when they would have been in school. Also, it is best to have a regular wake-up time and bedtime that is the same as the schedule you set when they are attending school since it can be hard to get back on track. Amapola is a girl into an early-to-bed, early-to-rise schedule; so she was stunning and ready to study every morning. -Setting up a learning environment: Every home is different...

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LEARNING FROM HOME

LEARNING FROM HOME

If you are at home, play and everyday activities provide excellent opportunities to support your child’s learning and development. Play encourages children to explore, discover, negotiate, take risks, and problem-solve which supports the development of cognitive, social, emotional and physical skills. Talk to your early childhood service about how you can continue to support your child’s learning.Amapola’s mother support her byHaving a routine and setting her expectationsMaking sure Amapola has a space to work inProviding a level of supervision suitable to Amapola stage of development and individual needsMonitoring communications from teachersChecking in with Amapola often to help her manage and...

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PREPARING CHILDREN TO LEARN FROM HOME - By Amapola

PREPARING CHILDREN TO LEARN FROM HOME - By Amapola

Advice and resources for parents to support your child’s continuity of learning from home

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Using coffee to build business relationships

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Using coffee to build business relationships

 By: Desiree Mieses, Managing Partner at Lumiere Bay   Being born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and since I can remember, coffee has been a part of my mornings. I studied my bachelor’s and Master’s in Business Administration at Bentley University in Massachusetts and worked over 29 years in the financial industry.  Working in this industry allowed me to understand the importance of building relationships. As Puerto Ricans we are known to meet for “Cafecito” and when you work in finance, it becomes a necessary activity. When I was first introduced to Café Amapola in December of 2019, I was...

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