You’ve had a hectic day at work, now you’re rushing to get the kids started on homework and get dinner started. You’ve got way too many plates spinning and then bam! “Mo-ommmm! I forgot my _______ at school!” It’s happened to all of us (more than once to many of us). As the mom ofKeep Reading…
Delicious and easy snacks kids can make themselves. A great way to teach independence & life skills with after-school snacks that your kids will love.
Make a personalized wipeable lunch box placemat and provide a clean and fun lunch surface. A great back-to-school activity to do with your child.
Use this free printable Back-to-School Lunch Box Planner to provide your child with a variety of wholesome lunches and save you time, money and headaches each morning.
Set the goal of establishing responsibility and independence in your children with these Back-to-School Morning Routine free printables and tips.
Make DIY Kids Cloth Napkins and pack in a lunchbox to make an extra-special lunch. Earth-friendly and reusable. A great first sewing project.
Make a DIY Back-to-School Organizer for desk supplies. Staying organized is key to academic success. Organize your environment for homework & school work.
Get organized and ready for the new school year with this free printable back-to-school calendar for decluttering. Take minutes each day to prepare.
Old-fashioned Oatmeal Blueberry Cookies from my grandmother’s recipe box. So easy to make and perfect for breakfast or an after-school snack.
Quick Lunch Tips for busy people. Have a healthy, delicious lunch every day of the work week, while saving time and stress.
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #HorizonLunch #CollectiveBias I’ve been a parent educator for more than 20 years and I’m also the mom of three children ages 13, 17 and 19. My goal as a parent has always been to raise responsible, capable citizens.Keep Reading…
As a parent educator, I’ve taught many classes on how to help your children with homework without actually doing it for them – a challenge that many families wrestle with. We all want our children to succeed at school and because we want them to succeed at life, we need to support them not doKeep Reading…