Elementary School – Transitions

Thank you for visiting our Transitions Resources Hub. Click on the Resources below to learn more about how you can support your child’s smooth transition from program to program, grade to grade, school to school, and/or after graduation! You can also click the search button at the top and type in a topic you are interested in. Have questions? Contact us at OhioSFEC@osu.edu.

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Podcast: Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

In this podcast, Angela Provenzano, OSU doctoral student in Occupational Therapy shares her personal grandfamily story and her experience leading ...
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The Important Role of Families for Attendance in Elementary School

This handout from Attendance Works will provide you as a parent/caregiver with ideas for promoting healthy attendance habits with your ...
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Return to School Roadmap for Families

This Return to School Roadmap for families from the U.S. Department of Education has links to many ideas and resources ...
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Dear Highlights Podcast About Raising Kids Today

The Dear Highlights podcast addresses the issues around being a kid today and offers parents expert advice to help raise ...
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Real Talk: Ideas for Parenting Young Children

Real Talk Webinars for Families with Young Children

Let’s be honest: parenting young children can sometimes be hard. That’s why we asked OSU early childhood experts to weigh in on the most common topics ...
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What Tests Will My Child be Taking This Year?

Do you have questions about the tests your child will take this year? Visit this helpful guide from the Ohio ...
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How can I tell if my child is ready for Kindergarten?

Access this helpful guide from the Ohio Department of Education about the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment. Learn More ...
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Article: Does your child often get upset shortly after getting home from school/daycare? There’s a term for that!

"The after-school restraint collapse meltdown is often about more than just fatigue, thanks to something psychologists call defensive detachment. “Your ...
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