Armenian color final - The California State PTA

Your child’s
begins at home.
Miasin a,.at;low^ ‘no[n;re … ousouzicn;re ir;nz ;r;.an;rin talis ;n sowor;lou lawagou\n fnaraworouj\oune
Kali`ornia\i Ousouzicn;ri Enk;rakzouj\oune
… Kali`ornia Nafangi ’no[aousouzcakan
Enk;rakzouj\oune (PTA) ir;nz ouv;re miazr;l
;n^ ];x a®a=ark;lou .orfourdn;r% oronq ];r
;r;.an;rin ktan dprozoum fa=o[w;lou
lawagou\n fnaraworouj\oune!
1& Parxap;s farzr;q! Farzr;q ];r
;r;.an;rin% j; i#nc ;n sowor;l a\sør
dasaranoum - i#nc ;n fawan;l … i#nc ;n
sowor;l! Farz;r tale dprozi
kar…orouj\oune kdrs…ori!
The California Teachers Association and
the California State PTA have joined forces
to offer some tips for you that will give your children the best opportunity to succeed in school.
1. Just Ask. Ask your children what they
studied in class today — what they liked
and what they learned. Asking questions
shows that school is important.
2& Lou® parapmounq! Tane parap;lou
famar entr;q mi wa\r … apafow;q
s;n\aki l®ouj\oune a\d vamanakami=ozoum!
Lou® wa\ri st;[‘oume m;‘ap;s knpasti
];r ;r;.an;ri sowor;loun!
2. Quiet Study. Choose a place for home
study and make sure the room is quiet
during that time. Creating a quiet place
goes a long way toward helping your
children learn.
3& Kanonawor vamanakazou\z! Ørwa
enjazqoum safman;q parapmounqin
fatkazwa‘ vamanak! F;t…;q ];r
;r;.an;rin% orp;sxi nranz tna\in
warvouj\ounn;re ambo[=azwa‘ …
w;radar]wa‘ lin;n vamanakin!
3. Regular Schedule. Set up a certain
time of day that is dedicated to homework. Follow up with your children to be
sure their homework is complete and
turned in on time.
4& Miasin sowor;q! :j; zankanoum ;q% or
];r ;r;.an;re kardan ir;nz
partakanouj\ounn;re^ douq ];x hl tw;q
partakanouj\oun! :rb vamanak h% or
nranq tna\in warvouj\oun katar;n%
dadar talow douq ];x^ mi qani rop;
anzkazr;q girq% amsagir kam øraj;rj
4. Learn Together. If you want your children to read their assignments, give
yourself an assignment, too. When it’s
time for them to do homework, take a
break and spend a few minutes reading
a book, magazine or newspaper.
5& Sowor;q am;n t;[! Aw;lazr;q ];r ;r;.an;ri
f;taqrqrouj\oune warvouj\ounn;ri nkatmamb^ dproze a®nc;low
a®ør\a k\anqin! Ørinak% ];r ;r;.an;re karo[ ;n sowor;l
kotorakn;r … ca'oumn;r^ na.asira‘ k;rakourn;re miasnabar
5. Learn Everywhere. Increase your children’s interest in homework by connecting school to everyday life. For instance,
your children can learn fractions and
measurements while you prepare
favorite foods together.
6& T;snw;q nranz ousouzicn;ri f;t! Fandip;q ];r ;r;.an;ri
ousouzicn;ri f;t^ imanalou famar% j; i#nc ;n soworoum nranq …
qnn;lou famar nranz a®a=adimouj\oune dprozoum!
7& Gow;ste øgnoum h! Gow;q ];r ;r;.an;rin tna\in
warvouj\ounn;ri fa=o[ katarman famar! :r;.an;rin oc mi
ouri, ban ci qa=al;ri a\nqan% orqan ir;nz ‘no[n;ri
6. Meet Their Teachers. Meet with your
children’s teachers to find out what they
are learning and discuss their progress
in school.
7. Praise Helps. Praise your children for
successfully completing homework.
Nothing encourages children more than
praise from their parents.