Tough times at your child’s school? Use these parent tips to keep your cool at school! You’ll see move success and feel more confident, too.
When your child’s grades are low, you might need help getting back on track. Use this guide to get started the right way!
Your kids have just been tested to their limit. They’ve probably had at least a week or two of testing just in the last few months. Over the whole year, the amount of testing time probably comes close to a full month. I’m really just guessing with that number though. Now the results of those […]
Let me tell you a secret: I’m a teacher who HATES giving final grades. I can see the smirks already. Yeah, right, she hates giving grades… Hear me out, though.
My best-laid plans were rapidly going down the drain. Instead of sweetly crafting Pinterest-perfect Valentine’s, my three-year-old was trying to place 1,000 stickers on the dog. The baby was screaming. And I was trying to figure out if I could use artisanal wrapped wire to mainline wine. There HAS to be a better, less stressful, […]
Whew! 2017 was a doozy! Whether your child is in kindergarten or getting ready to head off to college, you’ve probably been through a lot of changes. There have been amazing moment and some very low points, too. 2018 is right around the corner. And school is not going to be slowing down!
Holy crap! That math homework is H-A-R-D! The last time that you tried to do that kind of math, you were the same age as your kid. And equally lost. But your child need help, and you have no clue. Now what?
Teachers, always asking for those pesky school supplies! And with good reason, too. After all, kids use things up quickly. Just look at your own at-home stash of stickers and crayons. It’s like elves come and steal them away in the night. Or the children actually eat the craft supplies. If you want to get […]
AHHHH! It’s August! When did this happen? And where did summer go?
It’s the latest thing in education. Chances are that your child’s teacher has been talking about SMART goals all year long. You see the signs and charts all over classrooms and schools. So you nod your head. You act like you know all about it. All the while you are inwardly scratching your head, confused […]