IF PAULA VISITS YOUR CHILD’S CLASSROOM:
Your child may come home very excited and “on fire” for school, learning new talents, trying new things, helping others, and thinking in all kinds of other positive directions. If you can take time to listen and be excited about what they share and bring home, it will do wonders to continue your child zooming on their Right Road! We encourage you to ask questions, brainstorm with your child, and come up with ways together to travel on your Right Road as individuals and as a family.
BRING THE RIGHT ROAD PROGRAM INTO YOUR HOME:
Paula created the “Right Road For Kids!™” DVD series at the request of teachers and parents so that ALL children can experience and be a part of Paula’s extraordinary Right Road messages and teaching methods — in school and at home. The DVDs are available right here in our Right Road Store — purposefully at a price that is affordable. (Visit the Right Road store now.) We encourage you to watch the episodes ahead of time or better yet, right along with your kids which will spur conversation and fun, meaningful family Right Road project ideas. The DVDs are wonderful tools to help incorporate a whole Right Road way of life into your daily living. Some fun follow-up ideas:
- Take five minutes each evening to go around the dinner table and each share some things you did that day to travel your Right Road. Also discuss and encourage each other’s current and future Right Road dreams.
- Create your own Right Road family games. Share your favorites with school families and those in your neighborhood, too!
- Plan a Right Road family night where you are dedicated to sharing a family meal together, playing Right Road family games, watching the “Right Road For Kids!™” DVDs or movies where people find and travel their Right Roads, and talking about and encouraging each other on your Right Roads!
IF YOU ARE HOME SCHOOLING:
You may also want to click on “Helpful Notes for Teachers” under the “For Schools & Parents” tab on our main site navigation bar. It provides educational Standards-based information that may be of interest and support to your child’s curriculum.