Lockers. Parents and teachers have a love/hate relationship with them. On one hand, your child needs them to store books and papers, however, those books and papers often can get lost in the bottomless void that a locker can become. Making sure they get home to you can be tough. So we went straight to the experts — moms and teachers — and asked them for tips and tricks to keeping a locker organized.
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Spring not only brings nice weather, leaves on the trees, and flowers — it also reminds us that another school year is coming to an end. Because teachers do so much for students, it’s important to recognize all their good work. In that spirit, we asked some students to give a shout-out to their favorite teachers. ...Read more 0
Children are open to new ideas, trying different things, and exploring. So how do you encourage them? You don’t need to spend a lot (or any!) money to nurture your child’s imagination and interests. Here are some ideas to inspire your children to pursue their current interests and discover some new ones. ...Read more 0
Our phones are full of images of events from our kids’ lives, developmental milestones, and funny moments. Parents can easily take and share pictures of their kids with the click of a button. However, the ability to connect with so many people also creates potential dangers that come from anyone having access to content posted online. ...Read more 0
While it’s understandable that your child might miss some school days, you want to make sure those sick days don’t turn into chronic absenteeism. If your child begins to miss multiple days of school, it’s important to consider why he or she doesn’t want to go. Are they truly sick, or is there another underlying reason? ...Read more 0