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School Tips: If summer is almost over, now is a good time to start getting ready to prepare the kids for going back to school.
And there was much parental rejoicing!
Preparing kids for another school year can be a hectic time. Shopping for school supplies, new clothes, new shoes, backpacks, immunizations, sports physicals, etc. The list goes on and on!
I always remembered being excited about going back to school. Summer was great but, after a while, it became harder to find creative ways to fill up a day. Plus, you got the added benefit of getting new clothes!! I even liked the smell of those school supplies. I guess I just loved the whole learning experience!
You and your kids may not be as enthusiastic about getting ready to go back to school as I was, but it doesn't have to be a time for getting stressed out.
The best overall advice to being prepared is start early!!
Don't wait until the Friday before school starts to get ready. Start now and you and the kiddos will have more peace of mind and less stress.
Here are some things you can do to prepare:
Stay Healthy -- A must on your back-to-school tips list is making sure your child's immunizations are up to date. Check with coaches about sports physicals and schedule those immediately.
Food & Snacks: Plan now on breakfast, lunches and after school snacks. Purchase on-the-go foods: things that can be eaten in the car on the way to school. Keep special bins in the pantry and clearly label them. Put them within easy reach of the kids so they can help themselves. Suggestions: granola or breakfast bars, applesauce cups, almonds, cheese and cracker packets, juice boxes, etc. Keep fresh fruit, popcorn, nuts, cheese, etc. for healthy after-school snacking.
Think about what happened last year. What worked? What didn't? How can you make learning fun?
Teaching your children these good organizing habits will help them throughout their lifetime journey.
Here are some other general tips that can help you and your little darlin's make it through this school year better than last time:
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