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Education

Education. As a mother, it’s almost safe to say there is nothing more important in raising a child. The category of Education is intended to be a resource for mothers, whether your kiddos are in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, or high school. Topics range from parent-teacher gifts to STARR testing, and more.

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50 Show-and-Tell Ideas

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Whether in person or over a Zoom lesson, show-and-tell is an interactive and fun way for kids to showcase something unique about themselves. It teaches them about public speaking, and it allows them to share something new to their friends.
Send the teacher an email that says, "Happy Holidays! I am ordering lunch for you today from Chipotle. What would you like?" or something of the sort.
One question set off a discussion that filled an entire episode: What's your gut reaction when you hear the term "parent/teacher relationship"? All three of us had a different response. Yes, all three. A fellow team member and former teacher joined the conversation. Laurie gave insights both as an educator and as a mother. This is a good one, y'all! 
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Thanks to my kids' PTA, I have found a group of women and men with diverse backgrounds who have united under the common goal of promoting our children's education.
When our littles get back home at the end of a very full, exciting day, they're tired. At the beginning of the year, when they're not used to it, they are VERY tired.
Elementary school has readiness tests, thousands of blogs, kindergarten round-Ups, playdates, and Boo-Hoo/Yahoo Breakfasts. Middle school did not have those same resources, so I found that he and I were very much winging it as we went along. 

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Create Your Own At-Home Summer Camp, Fort Worth Style

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You can do crafts, baking, or other activities at home that relate to your theme. If you are doing a theme of "Our Natural World," you can go on a hunt around your neighborhood of plants and animals.