Back to School means hitting the books and studying hard to make the grade. Here is a list of 9 amazing Back to School apps that will help you ace that test!
Back to school means books, crosswalks, and bus rides. With the majority of school aged children riding the bus, it’s important that everyone involved helps make bus safety a priority.
Having an organized morning routine can make a difference for both you and your family. When your mornings are off to a great start, it can set a positive tone for the day. Here are my 8 Steps to an Organized & Happy Morning Routine. Check them out!
Summer break is here! It’s official! And while many kids are elated at not having to be at school all day for a few months, it’s still important that they continue to learn even when school is no longer in session. Here are 5 ways you can keep your child learning during the summer break.
Homeschooling was never an option for me all of those years ago because I had to go out and make money. I wasn’t married, so there wasn’t another income to depend on.
Yes, today marks the first day of school for the Cubicle brood. My spacers, 7 yr old 2nd grader and 17 yr old senior are back at school after two months of being on summer break.
This is the time of year where most of us parents rejoice—school is almost back in session (or already in session depending on the school district) and the kiddies will be back in school and away from the house most of the day.
As a parent, I believe in involvement in my children’s education. I don’t think it is solely the responsibility of our school system to teach our kids. It’s a team effort :
As a parent of two, the educational process is most important to me. The schools and teachers in which I entrust my children with play a pivotal role in the development and future of my kids, and I do my best to show my appreciation to those that teach my children on a daily basis.
I am very impressed that my daughter, already at a young age, is concerned about the earth and our effects on it. She has been busy going around our home and adding items to our recycle bin, turning off the lights when she leaves the room, and we even checked out a book at the library about how to make a compost.
Yesterday evening, I participated in Literacy Night at my 6 year old daughter’s elementary school. The event took place in order for both children and parents to get excited about reading and promote literacy in the family and the community….
With back to school officially underway all of the U.S. and with the cold and flu season fast approaching, the people over at Lysol thought of the ingenious idea to start a campaign focused on the prevention of germs and…