Archive for January, 2011

Gift Ideas: baby/kids/teachers

Gift Certificates for New Parents For a photography sitting that includes an 8×10 photo of the new baby. To a restaurant for the new parents for the first date night after the baby. To a great take-out restaurant for those […]

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Child’s Bookshelf by Bob Walch

Submitted By: Robert Walch Beware, Take Care By Lilian Moore and Howard Fine (Ages: 4-8)     A series of short, catchy poems with titles like "Said the Monster" and "The Ghost Goes to

Scholarship & Financial Aid Information

January and February are the months to apply for federal student aid and scholarships for Fall's college-bound students.  Be aware that MANY have a January 31 deadline and others require a completed application to

College Checklist

Senior Year Calendar Spring & Summer Visit colleges! September Start working on applications. Start preparing for SAT. October Contact financial aid offices to find out options available. (Non-federal financial aid: www.profileonline.collegeboard.com) Work on your essay. SAT Testing

Academic Support Tips For Parents

Evaluating Your Child's Progress --Submitted by Joe Bruzzese, Students Who Succeed Now that the first academic quarter is coming to a close, take a moment to assess your child's achievement and

Customer Service Tips For Moms

Customer Service Policies Submitted By: showUhow.com Whether you are expecting your first baby or you are well into the joys of parenthood, as you purchase gear you are bound to encounter

Tips For Step Parents

Step Parenting Submitted By: Samantha Higham Great Advice for Step Parents & Their Families   BeingAStepParent contains over 70 articles written by our experts who continually update and add new content.    Articles include: Don't

Household Rules That work

Rules...Rules...Rules You must be SITTING DOWN (we say ""on your bottom"") when you eat a snack. This is my favorite one b/c clean-up is a snap. No trails of

Allowance & Chores Ideas

--submitted by C. Peterson Certain chores are expected for every member of the family because we all need to work together to have a fun, clean and happy home.

Educating Kids On Money

Online Resources www.theMint.org Great for kids, parents and teachers. It is packed with all kinds of tips about what to do with your money. www.moonjar.com Moonjar is committed to creating family-based products

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