All parents will want to save lots of money while their kids are young so they can afford to send them to a decent college. The issue is that some families struggle to pay their rent every month, and so the chances of them holding any cash back are slim. However, that doesn’t mean you […]
Get your pre-schoolers in the holiday spirit of thanksgiving with this fun learning activity packet. This Preschool Printable Thanksgiving Learning Activities from Homeschool Preschool comes with counting, ABCs, handwriting, and more activities. Click here to get this Preschool Printable Thanksgiving Learning Activities!
It’s that time of year where Senior students in high school are filling endless amount of applications online for colleges and touring college campuses. The last thing a soon to be college student is worrying about is the extent of how much college is and as a parent you might be feeling a little anxious. […]
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 […]
Make alphabet and phonics learning fun with this printable Alphabet Phonics Clip Cards Game! Click here to get these FREE Alphabet Phonics Clip Card Game Printable from kidsactivities.com.
Experts agree that reading aloud from birth through 3rd grade is the single most important thing a parent or caregiver can do to help a child prepare for reading and learning. Starting on Monday, October 2, and continuing throughout the month, Read Aloud 15 MINUTES is challenging all parents and caregivers to include 15 minutes […]
Alphabet printables for preschoolers to practice letter recognition. Great to use with do-a-dot markers. Click here for these FREE Alphabet Letter Hunt Worksheet Printables from totschooling.
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 […]
Your your little ones will have fun while learning with this fall leaves matching game. They are able to practice matching, their colors, their shapes, as well as counting. There are 2 printables – the first sheet is a game board, and the second sheet are the pieces to cut out Click here to get […]
Last week, we challenged students to set fresh new goals to jumpstart the school year. Goals that would enrich their lives and build valuable leadership skills. Now, dads and moms, it’s your turn! We can always up our games, too. As we at LifeSmart evaluate the trends among today’s teens and young adults—the success stories and […]