Is your COVID-19 homeschool plan getting stale? Or maybe it’s just not working for you at all? Since it took me about a month to get my own sh** together, I thought I’d share with you what is finally working for us. You can grab a lower-stress block scheduler, zoom call organizer and special subject idea sheets to download and print at home.
With the coronavirus keeping us and our kids at home, many families now have to juggle parenting, work, and teaching. It’s overwhelming, to say the least. Here’s some resources and tips to try to get through it including customizable schedules and planning sheets you can download and print at home.
Even in the best of times, parents are always looking for ways to keep their kids entertained, stimulated and learning. And with a pandemic keeping most of us stuck at home for the next several weeks, that’s becoming even more challenging.
But luckily, we live in a time when a wealth of incredible experiences are literally at our fingertips with virtual tours, live webcams and an outpouring of offerings from companies, artists and celebrities. In this list, you’ll find ways to reach across the globe and even beyond to experience nature, science, art, and culture. It’s all free and accessible from your home.
Puberty is a mine field of emotions and changes that young girls don’t understand. On top of that, many girls miss school when they get their first period because they don’t have access to period products. Here’s how moms can help their daughter’s navigate puberty and help end period poverty.
Give kids experience gifts this year with these printable gift certificates.
Experience gifts help kids get outside, get active, and build lifelong memories.
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Lasting Christmas memories grow from the wonder of the season, the beauty of the scenery, and the warmth created by traditions with family. Here are some traditions you can do with your family that will create a life-long appreciation for the holiday.