Back-to-school season is in full swing! Whether your kids are already in school or returning in the coming weeks, there’s an undeniable adjustment to be made in terms of daily structure– going from a carefree summer to a more rigid school year. Kids can have a hard time with this adjustment since they don’t want […]
Many kids feel a whirlwind of emotions before the new school year, and it’s normal for nerves to be one of them. However, many kids feel so nervous before school begins that they can’t sleep, eat, or even play without thinking about the unknowns of the upcoming year. […]
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These back-to-school tips can help parents and kids be prepared, whatever the 2022-2023 school year may bring.
If you’ve ever been frustrated by the process of school supply shopping (and what parent hasn’t?) TeacherLists is here to help you save time and money.
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A lot of kids will have to relearn how to do a traditional school day. Get back to the basics for their sake and yours!
Being a class parent in 2020 looks a little different, but there are still many worthwhile volunteer opportunities within the role.
By establishing important eating, sleeping, and learning routines at the beginning of the school year, parents can help their kids be successful students.
On paper, the idea of back-to-school shopping is exciting and fun. But in reality, this yearly ritual can drain your emotions and your bank account—unless you’re strategic about it.
With virtual learning plans being rolled out by districts, parents are wondering how to create a homeschool room. Advice from parents: It really depends.
Take advantage of the back-to-school timing of states’ tax-free weekends to save on your school supplies!
Tips to help you survive shopping for back to school without breaking the bank.
Fights about school clothes can happen frequently. Use these strategies to cut down on the fuss (and even to decide when the argument might not be worth the trouble).
Letter grades are being replaced by number systems or even words on school report cards. We created a guide to help parents decode report card grades, from A to Z.