Practical advice and resources for parents!
School is about to start up again and for many kids a variety of emotions begin to surface ranging from excitement, nervous anticipation to all out dread and panic.
Relaxed mornings are few and far between for the average American family, and it can seem like you’re always in a race against the clock to get everyone out the door on time. If it seems like your kids are making you 10 minutes late every morning, try these tricks to make mornings go faster and smoothly:
Heading back to school can be stressful for a number of reasons, from new routines and lengthy shopping lists to preparing your students for the year ahead. It becomes even more stressful when you’re faced with the tough task of outfitting a college-bound teen for dorm life. But there’s no need to fret, the following tips will allow you to rest easy and have confidence that your child is prepared for the adventure ahead.
If you make the decision to study with purpose so you can get the most out of your study time, you will be able to have fun with your friends and have lots of extra time to do whatever you want.
As students prepare to head back to school each year, parents face the same question: How can they help their kids advance in school, develop into creative, collaborative thinkers, and make for an overall less stressful experience?
Kids are back in school, and parents have gone through their checklists to ensure their children are prepared to put their best foot forward this coming year. Children have the right school supplies, healthy snacks and are enrolled in afterschool activities to unleash energy after a day in the classroom. However, there’s one item that may not have made it onto the list that could have a significant impact on kids’ performance in school — setting rules about mobile device use.
It’s back to school season again. Time for schoolwork and sports, plays and parties, friends and field trips. For students, parents and teachers, this is an exciting time of year. Yet for teachers, the start of a new year can also be unnecessarily expensive.
From pencils and paper to snacks and show-and-tell treasures — kids share virtually everything at school. While parents agree sharing is a good skill for kids to learn, it’s certainly not the case when it comes to germs, particularly during cold and flu season.
There's a knack to studying effectively. It's not something that comes naturally, not even to good students. Here's what to do.
Here is a list of summer safety tips that children and teens of all ages can use to stay safe this summer.
Fun Things To Do With Your Family This Summer!
You want to do some fun things with your kids, but your mind is blank. Here are some fun, and many cost effective, things to do with your kids this week...
There are a few things that parents can do to help homework worriers cope.
As children take their first steps away from the safety net of their home and their parents, and into the wider world of school, friends and extracurricular activities, they have to quickly learn to adjust and adapt.
If you are fed-up with homework and short on time, the following list is for you.