Are you getting your children ready to go back to school?
Listen in to this episode of Q&A Thursday as I share some helpful tips for getting your children ready to go back to school whether that is to the classroom, online learning, or home education.
We have covered a lot of ground in this Q&A Thursday, including:
2:34 – Let’s declare that this school year will be the best year yet! It will be what we are willing to make of it. We need to say it with our words, choose it with our attitudes, and walk it out in our actions. Let’s speak life over this school year. Listen as I share some declarations and suggested words that you can say for your child’s school, whether in the classroom, online, or at home education.
10:20 – Establish GREAT morning and bedtime routines. I share loads of suggestions for your routines. Practice these routines a week or two before school begins.
13:07 – Have a place for your children to do their school work. Step back and evaluate how you use your home space and where the best place might be for them to work. Hear some of my suggestions and choose what is right for your home space and your children.
18:03 – Here’s what is even more important than a Pinterest worthy school space. You don’t want to miss this perspective.
19:20 – For those who are doing home school for the first time, here’s a few suggestions. Make learning fun, enjoy the moments with your children, and go with the flow. Be sure to time block your school time and kick out all other distractions so that you all stay focused and have fun.
23:57 – If you feel overwhelmed, are questioning something, are unsure how to handle this home learning, or just need a listening ear, reach out for help. You can reach out to me through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also leave a question in the comments below.
24:49 – Be sure to push play and have your children listen to this episode of @ Home with the KIDS – Summer Edition where we share some back to school tips.
25:53 – I bless you, Mom, Dad, Grandparent, Teacher. You have wisdom for each situation you face at home and at school. You know how to encourage and to guide your children and students in ways that shows love for them while still motivating them to reach for more.
Now I would love to hear from you.
Important: Share your thoughts and ideas directly in the comments. Keep your comments positive, as no bad attitudes are allowed here. Nor is judgment or criticism allowed. We are here to cheer each other on in this amazing parenting journey together. Links to other posts, videos, etc. will be removed.
It is important that you hear this. You empower your children and your students with your intentional words of life. They feel safe, accepted, and loved in your home and in your classroom.
With love for your family,