Now that the hustle and bustle of Christmas is over and you’ve unwrapped your new tablet or iPad, the question for most parents is to find an app that will not only educate their children but keep them entertained as well. For us adults, we want something that will hold our attention as well and […]
Under the Education category you will find information that relates to educating our children - and ourselves. Ways to help them deal with transitioning from elementary to middle, or middle to high school. Working with your child's teachers to develop an IEP that works for your child and much more!
Home Education for Older Kids, Do They Do Better in College? In recent years the online homeschooling movement has gained massive momentum. It used to be that online education meant tougher admissions, tougher times meeting performance goals, and not to mention culture shock in college. However, times have changed. Today, those children who are prodigies […]
This is a sponsored post written on behalf of the #ListenHear public initiative by EPIC Hearing Healthcare via Sverve and Havas Public Relations. All opinions stated are my own. Have you ever thought about what it would be like to live in silence? To lose your hearing? It is something that I worry about every […]
Labor Day is around the corner, and for most families, that heralds the unofficial beginning of autumn. The temperatures will soon change, the leaves will be showing their vibrant colors, and the school buses will be tying up traffic once again. Many have already made the transition from summer fun and relaxed schedules to the […]
If you’re anything like me, the idea of learning a new skill or getting a new qualification at the same time as juggling the rest of my life is about as likely as pigs flying. Sure, it would be lovely to do a photography class or learn Spanish; but does anyone actually have the time? […]
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Have you ever wanted to just scream in frustration when it comes to teens and time management? With an ADHD child, it can be even more frustrating. Leslie Josel’s new book, “What’s the Deal with Teens and Time Management” takes you through the process step-by-step! Check out our review!
CIEE is in need of host families for August 2015 in Hanover County. We have several students we would like to introduce to you, but first a bit about CIEE and how you can become a host family. CIEE is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization and the world leader in international education and exchange. For […]
I am the first person to admit that I have a technology addiction. If I’m not on my computer, I’m on my iPhone. If I’m not on either of those, I’m on my tablet. My job as a blogger means that I’m “plugged in” to various social networks and I’m constantly checking out story ideas, […]
I had the opportunity to review a Bluebee Pals plush toy through a sponsored campaign with Kayle Concepts and Mom Select. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own as always though! So, let’s get down to the fun stuff! What is Bluebee Pals? I can hear you now doing the same thing I did. “What […]
Did you know that today was National Educational Support Professionals Day? ESP Day started back in 1987 from a mandate of the delegates to the 1987 National Education Association Representative Assembly calling for a special day during the American Education Week to honor the contributions of school support employees. Local associations and school districts salute […]
The leaves are changing, your student has headed off to college, and there you are at the kitchen table, holding your head in your hands, literally in shock over the costs you are looking at over the next several years. I’ve been there where you are, when my daughter began applying for colleges. I had […]