It’s that time of year again! Part of me is ready to be back into the swing of things, while the other part of me isn’t ready to give up the extra time with my kids & the laid back schedule of summer. Regardless, back to school season is here, & we are covering the topic in this collection 🙂
Read Rhonda’s advice for parents on how to best handle your child’s homework assignments
Read Fern’s article for some tips on how to help your children calmly ease back into school
Find out why Jess decided to homeschool her children, and see what facts and resources she has found along the way
Read Fern’s article to learn 5 tips to help your teen have a great school year
Find out what Julie, an expert mother of six, recommends when preparing for the first day of school
Find out what Rhonda recommends on how to help your children set appropriate rules and boundaries to keep everyone safely learning!
Read Nicole’s article to get the facts on mouthguards, learn your options, and find out how to properly protect your children
Watch Shari’s video where she reminds us that whether your child is falling behind or becoming bored in class, it is important to take a proactive approach to their education.
Read Scott’s article to find out what sports are considered the safest, the most dangerous, and get his tips on how to better prepare your child for each activity.
Shari put together 20 products that you can buy on Amazon to make going back to school a little more fun for your kids! Check it out here…
It can be hard to get back into the swing of things when school starts back up. Use this free printable to help your child get ready on their own for school each morning.
Lunch Box Notes
With this instant download option, you get 36 notes to print out & put in your kids’ lunch boxes. Print multiple copies for multiple kids & have them on hand for the start of the school year 🙂
Featured Contributor: Rhonda Moskowitz
With over 30 years experience as a parent coach, speaker, and educator, Rhonda shares her natural humor and genuine caring with parents. Her goal is to help moms and dad create the loving, life long connected relationship with their children that they dream of.
Featured Contributor: Fern Weis
Fern Weis is a Parent Coach and Family Recovery Coach. She helps parents of tweens, teens, and young adults who are going through difficult situations – from homework battles to addiction recovery – and all points in between. Fern works with parents to nurture the parent-child relationship, improve communication, and set firm and loving boundaries. Parents learn to confidently prepare their children to reach their potential and be successful through life’s challenges. Fern is regularly interviewed on Change Your Attitude…Change Your Life (WOR710 NYC), and is a contributor to Huffington Post and Ridgewood Moms.
Featured Contributor: Jess Robertson
Jess lives in Redlands, CA with her hubby and two boys. She is the owner of Honest Mama, which was born out of the desire to connect with mamas everywhere. You can follow her crazy and beautiful journey through motherhood on Instagram: @honestmama.co
Featured Contributor: Scott D. Grossman
Scott D. Grossman is a veteran New Jersey accident lawyer. When he isn’t lawyering, Scott can be found spending time with his family or weightlifting in his decked out basement home gym.
Featured Contributor: Julie Cole
Julie Cole is the co-founder of Mabel’s Labels, which makes durable, personalized labels for all the stuff kids lose! She is a parenting blogger and mom of 6.
Featured Contributor: Nicole Kilgore
Nicole is a dental hygienist with over 17 years in the field. She is passionate about children’s dental health, and educating the public as to how it is linked to overall health. And it just so happens that her husband, Ken Kilgore, also shares an interest on keeping kids healthy and safe — he makes customized children’s beds to help a child transition from crib to big kids bed in a fun way.