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  • Creating a Drop Zone for School Stuff

    Creating a Drop Zone for School Stuff

    A new school year has begun and that means parents will be chasing the kids down for forgotten homework, crumpled permission slips and library books that were due weeks ago.  Save yourself some frustration, and teach the kids responsibility at the same time, by creating a “drop zone” for all…

    by Jennifer Snyder
    Posted September 15, 2015

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  • 5 Inexpensive Back-to-School Teacher Gift Ideas

    5 Inexpensive Back-to-School Teacher Gift Ideas

    Wouldn’t it be nice to tell these people how much you appreciate them before the school year even begins? Here are a few ideas to create some inexpensive back-to-school teacher gifts that will not only show your child’s teacher how much you care, but will show your child what it means to be…

    by Jessa McClure
    Posted August 19, 2015

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  • Back to School Tips

    Back to School Tips

    It’s time to start thinking about and planning for the new school year.  These tips for going social, shared electronic calendars, and helpful apps will get the year off to a more organized great start.

    by Jennifer Snyder
    Posted August 06, 2015

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  • Bring on the Books and Bust Summer Boredom

    Bring on the Books and Bust Summer Boredom

    When the weather is too hot to handle outdoor activities, then enjoy some indoor fun with a pile of good books and some activities to go with them. From book clubs to book nooks, there’s something for every book lover.

    by Jessa McClure
    Posted July 06, 2015

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  • Back to Home School

    Back to Home School

    Information on getting organized for back to school is everywhere from television commercials to sale ads in the newspapers – and even billboards. But there is an entire population of students and educators who are not included in all of this hoopla: home-schoolers. Educating children at home is a…

    Jennifer Snyder
    Posted September 17, 2014

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  • Nurturing Your Little Michelangelo Could Benefit Them for Years to Come

    Nurturing Your Little Michelangelo Could Benefit Them for Years to Come

    By Jessa McClure"Can we paint today, Mommy?" While the idea of colored water spilling into the grooves of our dining table and brush strokes ending up everywhere but paper makes me want to run screaming from the room, I know that letting my daughter express herself through art is a good thing.In…

    Jessa McClure
    Posted September 05, 2014

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  • Tips to Help You Save Money on School Supplies

    Tips to Help You Save Money on School Supplies

    By Jessa McClureAs the new school year approaches, that all important trip to the store to buy school supplies is looming in the distance. With a summer full of trips to the beach and the water park, you might not have as much money to spend on pencils and rulers as you would like.But there is a…

    Jessa McClure
    Posted July 23, 2014

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  • E-Books or Paper Books – A Literary Dilemma

    E-Books or Paper Books – A Literary Dilemma

    To e-read or not to e-read, that is the question. My answer? A little of both is ideal.

    Jennifer Snyder
    Posted July 22, 2014

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  • Exposing Your Child to Music Can Help Stimulate Learning, Build Self-Esteem

    Exposing Your Child to Music Can Help Stimulate Learning, Build Self-Esteem

    By Jessa McClurePlaying your favorite music in the car, rocking your baby to sleep and humming a tune while your child lies on your chest may seem like simple things. You are actually giving your child a head start on life by incorporating music and rhythm into their daily lives.Research shows that…

    Jessa McClure
    Posted July 17, 2014

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  • Helpful Tips to Get Your Child Ready to Read

    Helpful Tips to Get Your Child Ready to Read

    By Jessa McClureTeaching a child to read can be a daunting task. While many children learn the basics of reading during their first years of school, parents play a big part in helping create skilled readers who love to read.If you've been wondering where to start with your little one, here are some…

    Jessa McClure
    Posted June 30, 2014

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