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Your child’s lunch bag will be easily recognizable with one of these self-stick labels marking it. Four labels (two designs) print on each letter-size page. Print out the file on a full-sheet label, cut into individual tags, fill in your child’s information, and use to seal a disposable lunch bag.
Number of Downloads: 4207  | Created on: 08/25/2008 hot icon
Tie one of these tags to your child’s backpack, and it will stand out from the rest. Two tags (one each of two designs) print on a letter-size page. After printing, cut around the tags, fill in your child’s information, fold in half, and tape or glue shut. Punch a hole at the top, and attach to the backpack with ribbon or string. For best results, print on card stock or other heavier paper.
Number of Downloads: 6827  | Created on: 08/25/2008 hot icon
Whether it’s making the bed before school, a doctor’s appointment midday, or sports practice and going home with a friend in the afternoon, a weekly schedule will help your child keep track of each day’s activities and important things to remember. After filling it out, your child can keep it in a binder or other spot that’s easy to access. Update weekly or as needed.
Number of Downloads: 61106  | Created on: 08/25/2008 hot icon
Save time with a preformatted, fill-in-the-blanks note to explain your child's absence, early pickup, and more. Two notes print on each letter-size piece of paper; after printing, cut along the dotted line to separate.
Number of Downloads: 15682  | Created on: 08/25/2008 hot icon
Make sure your first meeting with your child’s teacher is productive; our suggested questions (plus some things you might want to share) will help.
Number of Downloads: 20592  | Created on: 08/25/2008 hot icon

Do you allow your children to watch TV or play on the computer before doing their homework?

Yes - 31.6%
Sometimes - 25.4%
No - 37.4%

Total votes: 4919
The voting for this poll has ended on: June 25, 2016