The temperature may still say summer, but Back to School time is here! Across the country, families are shopping, organizing and planning for early mornings, learning-filled days and busy afternoons. As you get ready to send the kids back to school, AHRN.com has gathered some of our favorite ideas for getting your ducks in a row.
Military kids will attend, on average, 9 schools in 13 years – making them masters of resiliency and flexibility. As parents, we want to do everything we can to set them up for success.
Dawn is getting a head start on homework by setting aside a special space just for her kids with this DIY Homework Command Center.
Meg offers some advice on what your child’s teacher needs to know on the first day of school. While much of this information is covered briefly in the forms you filled out, it hasn’t necessarily made its way to your child’s teacher yet! A little communication in the beginning can make for a much smoother school year!
From homework to keeping track of where your student is, this list of top 10 Back to School Apps is sure to help!
With supplies, back to school clothes and all the activities that come with the school year, things can add up quick! Save a little with these 50 Dollar Store back to school finds!
We all know that middle school is tough. Kim offered her daughter this advice as she started her journey through middle school.
For the parents
Kim, our favorite Canadian milspouse blogger, accepts that it’s okay if she’s not sad to send the kids off to school.
Do you have some great advice, ideas, resources or links to websites or blogs you’d like to share with other military parents? Please share in the comment section below. It takes a village!