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The Key to Your Child’s Academic Success is YOU! 200+ Simple Ways to Get Involved in Your Child’s Education

Academic Success

Are You Worried About YOUR Child’s Education?

You can do something about it. Teachers and parents alike have contributed their best tips for improving your child’s chances of getting a better education.

Grab your copy of our newest book! You’ll get:

  • 10 ways to help your child with homework
  • 8 simple strategies to help your child become a stronger reader
  • 3 effective ways to help your child with test-taking
  • 25 thoughtful tips from teachers to help ensure your child’s success at school
  • instructions for putting together a Family Command Center, a highly useful tool to get – and keep – your family more organized
  • 5 ways to get a jump on beating the “back to school” blues
  • a Parent Back-to-School Checklist to help you prepare for each school year
  • 8 ways to stay in touch with your child’s teacher
  • 8 fun and creative fundraising ideas you can get excited about
  • 15 fundraising platforms for your child’s classroom or school
  • and more!

For a limited time, the book is $4.99. Get important tools, tips, and techniques to help your child in school!

You can purchase the book here.

Are You Controlling Your Family’s Schedule, or Is It Controlling You?

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Do you ever have days (or let’s face it, maybe weeks) when you feel like your family’s schedule is completely out of control? If you can relate to this, you’re like the majority of parents who wonder—and worry—whether or not they’re overscheduling their children… and their family!

If this sounds even a little bit like your life, you might be interested in our newest ebook, Are You Controlling Your Family’s Schedule or Is It Controlling You? This eBook provides tools to help you get and stay organized, realistically manage your family’s schedule, and enjoy your family time together. Additionally, it contains seven user-friendly printable resources, including:

  • Get Your Family Organized by Creating a Family Command Center – Step-by-step instructions on how to create a family command center to keep track of paperwork, mail, bills, chores, and lots more.
  • Monthly Calendar – Fill-in calendar to help with scheduling and keeping everyone’s activities straight.
  • Meals for the Week – Weekly meal planning calendar including space for a shopping list.
  • 20 Questions to Get Your Child Chatting – Conversation starters parents can use to chat with their children.
  • Is Your Child Stressed? – How to read clues and signs that might indicate your child is anxious or stressed, and five things parents can do to ease anxiety.
  • How is Your Family Spending Its Time? – A family completes an easy exercise to determine how much time they’re spending on certain activities during the week.
  • Family Fun Ideas – 10 activities to make family time more enjoyable and rewarding.

For a limited time, the book is $4.99 and is available for purchase on Amazon.com.

To purchase the book please visit: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RXYUR36

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