Factors to Consider When Choosing a University for Your Child

Are you looking for the perfect university to send your child to? With so many options available, it can be overwhelming trying to decide which school is right for them. When considering a university, there are several key factors that should be taken into account. Taking the time to research each potential school will help ensure you make an informed decision that will set your child up for future success.


Proven Ways to Help your Child to do Well at School

If you want to help your child to do well at school, then you are not alone. Every parent in the world wants their child to excel in terms of education, but if you do not take steps to help them when they need it then you may be limiting their potential. If you want to take action, then the only thing you have to do is take a look below.



10 Things to Check Off for a High School Graduation

Is your Senior getting ready for a high school graduation? It is truly such a bittersweet time. You have feelings of "Yay! We made it!" to "oh no my baby is turning into a grown up". With all these feelings, comes the festivities and events leading up to the big day. For many students, senior year involves lots of homework, lack of sleep, deadlines, and essays plus college research, college applications, counselor meetings, and scholarship deadlines.


10 Things to Check Off for a High School Graduation


Here is a check list to help you celebrate your senior for their graduation day:

8 Teaching Tips Successful Educators Follow

Educators shape lives in more ways than imaginable. In a student's formative years, they spend more time in school around teachers and fellow pupils than at home. Spending so much time at school means that teachers have a huge responsibility to perform their job to the best of their capabilities to cultivate bright and hardworking students.

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This write-up contains tips for all aspiring, new, and old teachers to excel in their field.

Useful Tips for Choosing a Safe School for Your Kids

As a parent, discovering the ideal school for your children is perhaps one of the most critical judgments you will ever make. It affects their academic success and future prospects, but it also plays an essential role in helping them develop social skills, confidence, and independence. Choosing the best school for your children involves much more than just looking at the academic results – safety is a major factor.


Help Your Kid Get Ready for School by Following These Simple Tips

Are you ready to get your kids back into the school routine? Getting your child ready for school can be a challenging task, but it is an important one. With the right guidance and preparation, you can ensure that your kid will have everything they need to succeed on their first day of school. Here are some simple tips to prepare your kids for school.




7 Things Every Teacher Should Know

Teaching is an incredibly rewarding profession, as it offers the opportunity to shape young minds and help them grow into well-rounded individuals. While it can be a challenging job, there are some key things that every teacher should know to make their job easier and more successful. From understanding how students learn best to know how to manage a classroom effectively, these tips will ensure that teachers have all the tools they need for success. S, whether you’re a veteran teacher or just starting, here are seven crucial things that every teacher should know:



How To Get Your Kids Ready for School While on A Budget



Are you feeling anxious about the upcoming school year, dreading the thought of how you'll afford all the supplies and clothes your kids need? You're not alone. A recent survey found that 66% of parents feel stressed about paying for back-to-school expenses. But there is hope! There are plenty of ways to get your kids ready for school while on a budget. We will share some of the best tips on how to make it happen. Keep reading to learn more.

How to Go Back to College as a Parent



Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting and unforgettable moments of your life. It may be a responsibility, but raising a child is something a lot of people look forward to. But becoming a parent doesn't mean that's all there is to you. You're not just mom or dad. You have your own wants, needs, thoughts and goals. One of them might be enhancing your college education. You may think that going to college while being a parent is difficult, and while juggling two of the biggest responsibilities can be a challenge, it's far from impossible. In this post, we'll be going over how parents can go to back to college and remain organized.

How To Help Your Child Keep Their Grades Up

It is no secret that children these days are under a great deal of pressure to succeed in school. With more and more competition for college admission and scholarships, parents are looking for any edge they can get to help their children stay ahead of the curve, from hiring private tutors to enrolling them in handwriting therapy. It is also important to make sure your child has good study habits. But what if you don’t know how to help them develop these habits? Here are some tips.


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After School Hacks for An Easy Back-to-School Routine

School is back in full force in our house. And things are trying to get back to our normal routine. I actually thrive on routine and a schedule, but still, there is nothing like waking up an hour earlier and trying to hurry kids to shuffle out the door on time. Our mornings are filled with alarms, lunch packing, last minute paper signing, hair brushing, shoe finding, and scarfing down breakfast as we run out the door. And now that I have one kid in middle school that means a longer school day and another in multiple afterschool activities, so we have had to adjust with some tips to keep the chaos at a minimum. Here are our afterschool hacks for an easier back-to-school transition.



Afterschool hacks to transition into an easy back-to-school routine.

Can Math Problems Be Passed Down from Parent to Child?

Millions of American parents have learned an unexpected truth as a result of the disruptions to their children's education during the past two years. They are not as proficient at arithmetic as they had imagined. Trying to educate your own child about fractions is the best way to prove your lack of mathematical skill. The bright side is that we have gained insight that can be used to boost math education across the country.


Prepare Your Child for Successful School Trips



The first school trip might seem daunting. It might make you anxious, as it is the first time you let your child go on an adventure without yourself. This is good as it helps children become more independent, make new friends, and learn how to behave in large groups. If the school trip is longer than a few days, then this is better.

School trips are good for mental health and your kids will surely replenish their energy levels, especially if they spend time in nature and reconnect with it. Their cognitive abilities and concentration will be improved, but their physical activity too. Going on school trips is a nice way to spend less time indoors playing on phones or computers.

However, your kid might be worried and anxious about spending so many days away from home. Here are a few tips and tricks that will prepare your child for successful school trips.

Back to School Essentials for a Successful Year

It is that time of year and I have been thinking about everything my children will need for back to school. If you are like me, then you like to plan ahead. This year, with inflation at a record high, I have been thinking about the essentials without buying what we don't already have on hand. For example, both of my kids have very nice backpacks that have warranties, so I won't be buying new ones this year. I also have a variety of lunch boxes that they can choose from, so again I won't be buying them new ones. And with our school district no longer providing free lunches county wide, that money is allocated towards our grocery budget. But their feet are ever growing, so new shoes will be on the list.
You can think smart while still sending your children off to a successful school year.




Here are some of my favorite essentials but be smart!
Organize and prioritize for a budget friendly back to school season!

Ways to Celebrate a Preschool Graduation

It is such an exciting time! Create a special experience for your preschool students to mark their big graduation day. Here are 10 ways to celebrate a preschool graduation for your littles and their parents.




Homework Tips for Parents

Homework can sometimes be a burden for children, especially when they begin to be given it and they have no idea of what is expected of them. This is where parents can step in and really help – children will be much more confident and successful if they have parental support at home as well as their teachers helping them at home. Of course, the child needs to do the work for themselves, as that’s how they will learn, but parents being supportive and giving helpful hints and information will never go amiss. Here are some tips on how to do just that.


Homework Tips for Parents

How to Make Time for Studying When You Have Kids


How to Make Time for Studying When You Have Kids


You’re a full-time mom now, congratulations! Despite popular belief, your world does not have to stop just because you have kids. If your dream is to study to reach new heights in your career, or to learn a new career altogether, you’ve got this. Below are some handy tips to help you make time for studying when you have kids.

Back to School Essentials for a Successful School Year

WOW! Can you believe school it is already about time for the kids to start back to school?! This summer has flown by, but I am actually kind of excited to get back to our normal routines. Each year I put together a list of essentials that I am buying my kids and I love to share it with my readers because I have found that many of you find it useful too. My daughter will b starting fifth grade and my son will be in second. Let me know in the comments below anything I missed!



How to Help Your Child Adapt to Homeschooling

If you have recently switched from schooling to homeschooling, the transition can be slow and difficult for your child and you, mostly when it was sudden. Although homeschooling has many benefits, such as a safer environment for your children and you get to spend more time with them, some children may take time to adapt to the new arrangement. How can you make the transition easier?

How to Help Your Child Adapt to Homeschooling


Walking to School: 4 Safety Tips to Teach Your Children

Love it or loathe it, the school run is a big part of your child’s day and while it can be a bit of a nightmare getting everyone out of the door on time and not leave anything behind, we somehow manage it 5 days a week.


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If you’re a family who is lucky enough to be able to walk to school, then you’re already enjoying the benefits of additional exercise, fresh air and extra time spent together before 9am. However, as a parent, keeping your child safe whilst they’re walking to school isn’t always easy. These days motorists are distracted by phones, social media and even eating their breakfast behind the wheel, which means they may not spot you and your child crossing the road until it’s too late. Speak with a pedestrian accident law firm if you or your child have been injured by a motorist.