Education. As a mother, it’s almost safe to say there is nothing more important in raising a child. The education category 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 STAAR testing, and more.

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  Summertime is right around the corner, but before you check out of school and check into swim gear, don't forget to thank those all important teachers in your children's lives! From MDO all the way up to high school,...
If you are still noticing many errors and your child isn't easily understood by the time his third birthday rolls around, it may be advisable to consult with a speech pathologist. Alternatively, if most people can understand your two year old at least half the time, he is probably doing just fine!
We know that day in mid-August is coming, so we're doing a few things to prepare him— and us—for the inevitable: kindergarten.
Navigating the 504 process can be tricky, but your school counselor should be able to guide you through it seamlessly. If you, as a parent, ever feel like the 504 plan is not being followed, please contact your school counselor or administrator to let him or her know.
Disclaimer :: While this article uses the two-parent household from her own experience, these tips can apply to single parents and other guardians or co-parenting situations. It's all about finding more than one person to help manage the ins...
Here's the truth. If I had read "homeschool is cool" one year ago, while I organized uniform purchases and checked off items on the school supplies list, I’d have laughed out loud. Homeschooling? Really? It conjured up this picture in...
I never thought I would homeschool. Even though I was homeschooled for half of my education, I never saw it in my future. Not because I thought I wasn't smart enough or that I didn't want to be with...

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Resources to Help with Summer Reading

Reading in summer is a fantastic opportunity to not only strengthen your kiddo's reading skills but also build a love for reading.