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my nine year old wants to read my notes, it improves her reading.
I have place notes of encouragement on the inside of the top of the desk. Sometimes it was a note for a reward.
I tell my son how much he means to me and also to remember his goals.
Every single day I put a note in my daughter's lunch box. Sometimes I just draw (not very good) pictures and sometimes I write riddles. I also try to work in her weekly vocabulary words. My favorites are when I knowingly misspell words or use improper grammar. When she gets home she can't wait to call me out on it.
I like to hide them little notes hidden in their binders or attached to their homework. Sometimes I will put a little note on the clothes they have laid out for school.
Help them remember manners and also reward them...
I fold a Post-It in half sticky side facing out and use it as a book mark
i have to put notes around to remember to do things around the house before i leave for work
When ever I have to remind myself about something I have to do in the morning I post a note on my door the night before.
everyday i put a note in my childrens lunch boxes to let them know i'm thinking about them and i love them
For Groceries and other household items and for studying and work office related info. take notes it HELPS as a REMINDER :)
Sticking a Post it note to the page of your book during the test, WILL result on an A sticking to your test in the end!
help my granddaughter to read, spell, and pronounce spanish words.
I usually write stuff done on sticky notes and post them in my books, as reminders to look over something.
Everyday I write my son a little message using a Post-It Note which I stick to the inside of his lunchbox. This is a little way of showing him how much I love him each and every day. Now, if I happen to forget his note, he gets disappointed!
Put Post its on fridge, restroom mirror, front door, etc with important reminders.