It’s informative. It’s engaging. It’s funny. It’s Christian based. It can be read in less than an hour. It is free. It builds self esteem. It improves study habits. It focuses on the family. It focuses on friendship.
1. Readjust bed times. 2. Have a family calendar. 3. Have a in and out box for school forms. 4. Discuss school goals for the year. 5. Stay in contact with teachers at school. 6. Help with the local PTA. 7. Create healthy… [read more]
1. It is funny. 2. It relates to the real world. 3. It talks to kids about prayer. 4. It talks to kids about friendship. 5. It talks to kids about hard work. 6. It talks to kids about the importance of school. 7. It talks… [read more]
Talk to the Teacher to find out what will be on the test. Involve the Whole Family in the studying process. Try multiple ways to study. Make a game with Flash Cards. Use test strategies. Design a practice test or use one already created. Review any lingering questions before the test. Get plenty of rest… [read more]
Discuss school expectations. Take the kids school shopping. Purchase school supplies. Buy a new lunch box. Meet your child’s teachers. Adjust your child’s bedtime. Let your child know you will be helping with their homework. Get appropriate physicals and immunization. Make sure your child stays physically active. Make sure your child eats healthy.
Let your children see you reading the bible. Get your kids a kids bible. Help them learn scriptures pertaining to children. Sing songs that children can understand. Listen to gospel music that kids can relate to. Draw pictures of things and people in the bible. Role play with the kids parts of the bible. Watch… [read more]
What are the Common Core State Standards? The Common Core State Standards are a set of expectations that outline what students should be learning in English/language arts and mathematics at each grade level (K-12). What is the goal of the CCSS? The goal of the CCSS is to make sure that all students are well… [read more]
Take a nice vacation somewhere. Make sure the kids read at least three books over the summer. Make sure that your kids take part in some type of exercise. Take them to the museum and zoo. Take the family swimming. Have the children do house chores. Take the family to the movies. Have family game… [read more]
Never worry where your child is. Easily Find A Wandering Child. Always Know Where Your Child Is At. Validate Your Pre-Teen Is Where They Say They Are. .It will help you keep track of the babysitter. GPS monitoring system transmits real-time locations. Parents can use cell phones, computers or tablets to see where their child… [read more]
Avoid eating sweet at night. Choose foods without a lot of sugar. Brush your teeth in the morning and at night. See your dentist at least twice a year Floss teeth on a regular basis. Cavities are contagious don’t share food and drinks. Have kids drink fluoridated water. Use mouth wash. Chew sugarless gum after… [read more]