You are probably already working with a morning routine. I created one last year, when my girls were in Pre-K. This year, though, I’ve asked my daughters to get involved in creating a written Morning Schedule.
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I’m sharing a few tips for new parents on establishing a bedtime routine that gets your kids (and YOU!!!) to sleep!
We all know Back-to-School Sale season is a great time to get extra supplies at great discounts. But did you know it’s also a time families can help out our schools? While you’re out shopping to get supplies, why not consider getting resources that will make a big difference for teachers this fall?
Each day, every day, we wrote a special reassuring note to each of our girls on a post-it hidden in their lunch. Here are my favorite lunch note ideas…
Kids always do better on a schedule. When I learned Michele Obama taught her girls to wake up and get ready for school when they were in kindergarten, I had to try it with my girls, who were already well into second grade. I have to say, it was much easier than you’d think.
This post is a part of a series to help you get your little one ready for their big first day of K! Here are a few ways to send your send your kids off on their first day of school with love… Love Notes I love sending the girls off to school with a secret […]