Want to find a way to ease the transition?
Work with your kids to make a teacher back-to-school present.
When you make a gift for your child’s teacher, you create a connection from the get-go.
The team at My Kids’ Adventures scoured the web for the best teacher gift ideas.
In this article I’ll share five fun things you can make to welcome your child’s teacher back to school and start the year off with a smile.
Why Make Teacher Gifts?
No matter how big your kids get, the transition from summer vacation to the start of a new school year can be a challenge. This can be especially difficult for young kids.
When you work together to make something for your kids’ teachers, it will help your kids get prepared for and even a little excited about the new school year.
Want to teach your kids the value of hard work and helping others?
Help out at school with your kids!
Most schools have lots of volunteering opportunities and would appreciate your family’s help, even when school isn’t in session. Volunteer together.
You’ll have a great family adventure and make the campus better for everyone.
In this article I’ll highlight several volunteer activities you and your family can do to make a difference at your children’s school.
Why Volunteer at Your Children’s School?
There are boundless opportunities to help out at your kids’ school during summer vacation, on in-service days and other days off.
When you bring your kids along to help, you demonstrate the importance of community service and instill values that they’ll carry with them throughout their lives. Plus, they’ll feel good about contributing to improving their school.
Want to make the transition smooth and simple, and maybe even fun?
We can help. There are many things you can do to reintroduce your kids to the routine of the school year.
My Kids’ Adventures searched the Internet to find things busy parents can do to plan for the upcoming school year. In this article we’ll share our favorites.
Why Plan Back-to-School Activities?
It’s difficult for parents, as well as kids, to make the transition from the laid-back summer months to the schedule of the school year. It feels like we just settled into the summer routine of camp, playdates and later bedtimes, and now we have to go back to homework, the headaches of carpooling and all those after-school activities.