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  • 5 Study Skills Your Child Should Know by 5th Grade

    Denise Madgey

    Each school year provides us with a new beginning, another “first day” to do our best academically. In this post, you’ll find tips you can easily implement at home in order to help your child be successful this school year.
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  • Tips on Easing Separation Anxiety on the First Day of School

    Dana Oshinski, Pre-K Supervisor and Teacher

    Oh, the questions of the first day of

    ”Will I have friends?”
    “Will school be fun today?”
    “Will parents come to carpool on time?”
    “Will I have a good snack?”
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  • The Spiritual Suitcase for Grads Leaving Home: 4 Things to Pack

    Margaret Frain

    Mixed emotions are so normal as parents watch their child in cap and gown, walking down the aisle to Pomp and Circumstance. I’ve experienced the excitement, joy, and relief of that moment myself, tinged with sadness though, because somehow, you know things will never be the same.
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  • 5 Ways to Be a Rock Star Mom this Summer

    Lori Rogers
    Experience has informed me that summer break can feel like an attempt to survive a zombie apocalypse if I don’t spend a little time planning and prepping. Below are a few helpful tips on how to not only get through, but enjoy, the summer with your kids, all while creating lasting memories for the whole family.
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  • Should Your Child be Learning Cursive Writing?

    Tiffany Brotheridge, Third Grade Teacher

    Cursive writing is considered a dying art. Many schools have decided that the need to teach cursive writing is no longer there, because this generation will use computer generated writing.
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