Is your child struggling to learn? You are not alone. According to educators and psychologists, the struggling learner has become a part of the framework of our education system. This book offers tips and suggestions parents can use outside of school to help the child move forward. Researchers and educators have acknowledged the home as the first school, and a stepping stone for formal education. Parent involvement is a partnership between the home, the school, and the community. The union of these three essential roles creates balance, security, ensure a better self-image, and encourages learning. Although the contribution of the family is crucial to the growth and development of young children, parent involvement is difficult to uphold in our schools. I hope this book will help parents see how critical their participation is in the development and training of children and will use the tips to influence growth and education, as they work with their children at home.