The loud buzzing of alarm clocks and groans of school children will soon fill the early morning air in homes around the area, as most DODEA Europe schools begin the 2022-2023 school year on Monday, Aug. 22.
One of the most challenging tasks of parenting is buying supplies and clothing for your children before they start back to school. Every other parent is doing the same thing during those final weeks of summer, making it difficult to find what you need.
Parents, it’s time to “Hero Up” your child’s diet for back to school! That’s right — summer is almost over (POW!) and school is nearly back in session (BAM!). It’s time to hang up their super jammies and get those kids back to Super Hero Training (aka school).
You made the decision to go back to school and retool. Good on you. But you are a military spouse. You and your service member have the rent, a car loan, some credit card debt and maybe only one income.
How do you pay for college when you haven't got a dime?
Dreading leaving your toddler with the babysitter or at daycare and want to prepare him?
Virtually every parent who has left a toddler with a caregiver has experienced the crumpled face, the arms velcro-locked around your knees, the wail that rips through your heart.
Young children don’t need to be in a classroom to learn important skills. And the earlier you get started, the better. Here are some great ways to incorporate fun learning experiences into your child’s day.
The Children’s Book Project is developed to help parents, educators, caregivers, libraries, and schools. The project is bilingual, written in English and Spanish, with its main focus in discussing each book along with a lesson plan or workbook.
Are you tired of long lectures delivered with PowerPoint presentations? Do you wish there was training you could do on your own time, on your mobile device, when you have a minute or two at the airport or waiting in line to place a food order?
(StatePoint) Having kids can mean having a lot of stuff, not all of which is made from eco-friendly materials. However, if you’re like many parents, you want your children to have a clean, healthy planet to live in when they grow up.