Whether the kids are back at school or learning online, it’s already been a heck of a 2020. The only constant seems to be that things keep changing. We’re here, Mom-Teacher-Boss, with some time-for-you tips and reasons why they’re great for everyone in the family.
After a summer like no other, it’s time for school again. Whether it’s online school or classroom learning, you can make their first day positive and special. From creating a vision board to capturing this one-of-a-kind year in photos, we’ve got tips and ideas for you.
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By now you’ve probably received the memo from your kid’s school as to whether they’re returning to the classroom or staying in the kitchen for more online learning. Either way, it’s time to start getting in gear for the new school year.
We’ve got tips for helping kids keep a positive outlook PLUS an extra-special back-to-school checklist.
Summer reading programs are more important than ever this year. Experts say that the challenges of coronavirus and online learning mean kids may return to school this fall with only 70% of the reading gains achieved in typical school years.* We’ve got tips to help kids (and parents) stay on track.
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Sometimes a handwritten letter or card is just the thing to lift someone’s spirits. Letter writing benefits the sender as you organize your thoughts to share with another person. Letters are personal. Letters make you slow down and think about what you want to say. And they can be saved to read again and again. Even in our modern age of smart phones and social media, everyone from homeschooled kids to busy adults can enjoy writing a letter.
Suddenly find yourself homeschooling the kids? Reading is a critical skill and we’re here to help with tips and inspiration.