As summer begins to wind down, most of us have noticed all of the back to school commercials and radio ads intending to remind us to prepare for this seasonal transition. It can be a bit daunting returning to the classroom after all of the summer fun for some kiddos. Preparation, and encouragement can go a long way in helping kids and families ease into the upcoming school year with confidence!
Listed below are a few back to school strategies designed to help kids and families celebrate their transition into the upcoming school year.
Let’s celebrate the upcoming school year and all of the amazing opportunities for learning and personal growth that will follow!
Keep this in mind in the coming weeks – With the start of a new school year, it is a good time to think about WHAT we say to our youngsters and HOW it impacts their day-to-day experience, as well as their long-term success at school. Read HERE for more tips on building self-esteem in your youngsters.
Until next week, Be Wise!
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