5 Ways to Help Prevent the Summer Slide

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As the House Stark would say if he was not always wearing fur, and on an island somewhere - Summer is coming! Summer as...

Tips for Changing Schools Mid-year

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Being the new kid is always a challenge. Changing schools mid-year can present a different set of challenges altogether. Sometimes during mid-year PCS season,...

12 Things to Make Packing Back to School Lunch Easier

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Back to school time has snuck up on all of us, and while we may have the new clothes and the school supplies ready,...

What The Heck Do You Do About Childcare During Winter Break?

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Since September, you've had that (mostly) glorious school days daze...you're able to take a shower that's more than 37 seconds (and warm to boot)...

The Real Mom’s School Guide

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Have you seen what parents are packing in their kids’ lunch boxes lately? The ratio of time spent preparing versus time spent eating has...

7 Ways to Teach Your Child How to Study

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Teaching your child how to study is the most important skill you can give them to carry on throughout their school years. Introducing study...

Where In The World Are We? A World Map Adventure

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“Mom, show me where I was born again please?” my middle child asked me while I was cooking dinner. My two oldest children were...

Does Your Child Have Testing Jitters? Here is How to Help...

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Students of all ages are faced with tests. Standardized tests, unit tests, and tests called assessments. Many students have testing jitters, but they aren't...

5 Money Saving Tips for Back to School

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It seemed like just yesterday we were in the mad dash of end of the school year activities and now we’re filling our calendars...

Everything You Didn’t Know You Needed for Your Back to School...

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Back to school season is upon some of us already—if you're still looking at weeks of summer, just remember this conversation at the end...

Worldschooling with The Wild Bradburys: What is Forest School?

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Far removed from the feral Mogli child in the forest stereotype, forest school is an immersion into natural landscapes. In nature, children can study the...

Spouse Spotlight: Meg Flanagan of MilKidsEd

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MilKidsEd fearless leader and Massachusetts-born Meg Flanagan wears many hats. She's Mom, a runner, teacher, avid reader, maker of fabulous soups, wife, military spouse,...

But All My Friends Have a Phone

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There are moments in your child’s life where all of a sudden you flashback to when they were in diapers. And as they move...

A Military Spouse’s Open Letter to Congress about Education

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This post originally appeared on dependastrong. Dear Congress: I would like to begin by sincerely thanking you for taking an interest in the quality of life...