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End Homework Hassles - SchoolFamily

...by June Allan Corrigan Make school supply list shopping easy!   Find your child’s exact list  and in one-click purchase every item and have it delivered right to your front door. Page 1 of 2 Homework. It may be the least favored compound word in a kid’s vocabulary and one sure to elicit groans. “But Mom, school’s over. I’m home. Why do I have to do more work?” Sound familiar? Your child hates doing homework, and you hate the nightly test of wills when you push him to complete it....

Help for Absentminded Students - SchoolFamily

...by June Allan Corrigan Make school supply list shopping easy!   Find your child’s exact list  and in one-click purchase every item and have it delivered right to your front door. Are you the kind of parent who frequently delivers a forgotten lunch or homework folder? Do all your reminders seem to fall on deaf ears? There’s an expression in parenting education circles: “A child who always forgets has a parent who always remembers.” In addition to the exhausting nature of this role, you...

Help Middle Schoolers Manage Their Homework - SchoolFamily

...by June Allan Corrigan Make school supply list shopping easy!   Find your child’s exact list  and in one-click purchase every item and have it delivered right to your front door. In elementary school, your child only had one teacher to answer to, and she was likely to remind the class of a book report coming due while assigning that night’s math problems. Middle school, of course, is an entirely different ball game. Suddenly your student has a whole host of teachers to answer to, none of...

Increase Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence - SchoolFamily

...by June Allan Corrigan Make school supply list shopping easy!   Find your child’s exact list  and in one-click purchase every item and have it delivered right to your front door. We all like to think our children are academically intelligent, and perhaps yours does show an early affinity for numbers or is reading at a 2nd grade level while still in kindergarten. But is he also emotionally intelligent? Will he take it in stride when the cafeteria is out of chocolate milk, or will he stage a...

Kindergarten Redshirting: Is It Right for Your Child? - SchoolFamily

...by June Allan Corrigan Make school supply list shopping easy!   Find your child’s exact list  and in one-click purchase every item and have it delivered right to your front door. When it came time to enroll her third child in kindergarten, Stephanie Snyder of Indio, Calif., was in a bit of a quandary. Her son Nicholas would actually turn 5 before the school’s cutoff date, but just barely. His mid-October birthday meant he would enter at age 4 and spend that year, and likely all the ones f...

Make Family Meals Count - SchoolFamily

...by June Allan Corrigan Make school supply list shopping easy!   Find your child’s exact list  and in one-click purchase every item and have it delivered right to your front door. Time is a precious commodity when you’re juggling school-age kids and your own jam-packed schedule. So much to do, so much to say—how do you fit it all in and still find time to connect as a family? Everyone has to refuel. There’s a temptation, though, to repurpose minutes you might otherwise spend gathered a...

What’s for Breakfast? - SchoolFamily

...by June Allan Corrigan Make school supply list shopping easy!   Find your child’s exact list  and in one-click purchase every item and have it delivered right to your front door. The alarm clock goes off and the scramble begins. The scramble to get kids up and out the door, that is. But scramble of the egg variety? Not so much. Despite most of us recognizing the importance of a good breakfast, we often allow time constraints to dictate the menu—and the results are usually less than inspir...

When You’re the New Mom (or Dad) at School - SchoolFamily

...by June Allan Corrigan Make school supply list shopping easy!   Find your child’s exact list  and in one-click purchase every item and have it delivered right to your front door. After a move to a new community—or a different school in the same community—the first focus is on getting your child settled in school. Soon enough, however, you’ll look up and wonder exactly where you fit in at school. It can be unsettling when all the other parents seem like old pals. Teachers, too, can ina...

When Is It OK To Fail? - SchoolFamily

...by June Allan Corrigan Make school supply list shopping easy!   Find your child’s exact list  and in one-click purchase every item and have it delivered right to your front door. All parents want their children to succeed. To do well at school, get into a good college, have a great career. But sometimes we engage in behaviors that hinder more than help our kids achieve these goals. If you’ve ever raced to school to drop off your child’s forgotten lunch or homework assignment, you may be...

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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