Help the back to school transition go more smoothly by creating chore charts for your kids for before school, after school and bedtime. Click here to get these FREE Back to School-Chore Charts for Before and After School Printables from JDaniels4’s Mom.
Have fun bringing in the new school year. Make a photo booth and use these cute signs to document the year. Living Locurto has some amazing photo booth ideas! Click here to get this FREE 1st Day of School Printable from Living Locurto/A Blissful Nest.
Give your teacher this Teacher Emergency Kit to wish them a great year! This kit contains hand sanitizer, chapstick, mints, and tissues. Just add to a cute container and print this printable for a great first day of school gift for teacher. Click here to get this FREE Teacher Emergency Kit Printable from The Crafting Chicks.
Get your children off to a great start for the new school year with messages in their lunch box. It’s sure to brighten their day. Click here to get this FREE Lunchbox Note Printables from Crafted Sparrow.
Be prepared for back to school 1st day of school pictures. Just customize this FREE printable chalkboard sign for your child. Click here to get these FREE First Day of School Chalkboard Sign Printables from Bear Hugs and Blanket Forts.
Asking your child ‘how was your day at school?’ at the beginning of the school year might have them babbling away. However, after a time they might be giving you one-worded answers. There are many things to talk about how their day went at school. There are new friends, new projects, new classrooms, and even […]
The first day our kids start school is one of their biggest milestones in life. It is also one of the biggest steps we take into parenthood. Our children spend a great deal of time learning and getting an education. We want our children to be successful—it’s part of our job as a parent to […]
Raising a young family can be an extremely rewarding job. It can provide you with a clear purpose and can change the way that you look at the world. However, it is important that you are able to exist outside of your family and that you can view yourself as a valuable individual. One of […]
Advancing technology is making new educational tools available to teachers, parents and students. Global spending on educational technology is growing 17 percent a year and will increase to $252 billion by 2020, according to a recent report by EdTechXGlobal. One of the most popular new technologies is learning management systems (LMS), which use online software to help […]
Last week, we shared the first five of our top ten parenting goals for the year. Here’s a recap: Equip and empower for independence Develop soft skills and professionalism Invest in your relationship Build a strong work ethic Quash any sense of entitlement We hope you took some quality time to consider how you’re doing […]