6 Ways to Help Your Child Adjust to the Homework Load

Posted September 26, 2016 by David James

If it's back to school time that means it's time for homework. Here's how to handle the workload.

How to Throw the Perfect Football-Themed Baby Shower

Posted September 25, 2016 by Kelli Robinson

Are you ready for some football? If your friend or family member who is expecting a baby is, why not tap into her love of the gridiron game and throw a football-themed baby shower? Check out these ideas.

5 Reasons You Should Get Involved in the PTA at School

Posted September 21, 2016 by David James

Local schools depend on parents like you to volunteer, fundraise, and help make decisions on school direction. Here's why you should get involved.

6 Ways to Create a Quality Learning Environment at Home

Posted September 20, 2016 by David James

Your kids are learning at school. Here's how to create a similar learning environment at home.

6 Smart Ways Parents Can Use Smart Plugs

Posted September 16, 2016 by Guest (not verified)

Here are six smart ways parents can use smart plugs around the home.

7 Ways to Help Your Preschooler Learn Sight Words

Posted September 11, 2016 by David James

Learning sight words is a perfect way to build a foundation of knowledge for your preschooler. Here's how.

How to Celebrate National Better Breakfast Month

Posted September 10, 2016 by Kelli Robinson

It's still as true as it was when we were young: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Celebrate Better Breakfast Month with the right ingredients for healthy breakfasts.

How Much Homework Is Too Much?

Posted September 9, 2016 by David James

When your child comes home with a load of homework, how do you know if it's too much? Here are some ways to tell, and how to handle it.

How to Make the Perfect DIY School Lunch for Kids

Posted September 1, 2016 by Nancy Flanders

Let your children make their own lunch. The benefits last a lifetime.

How to Deal When Your Kid Suddenly Hates School

Posted August 31, 2016 by Kelli Robinson

The first week of kindergarten is everything you dreamed it could be. And then week two brings tears and begging from your child to stay home. What happened?

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