Friday, September 6, 2013


OK, lets stop all the cheering and pull ourselves together.  Right about now you are thinking about getting your kids back into the school routines and you're trying to keeping track of all those school-day schedules. Here are some tips that you may or may not want to follow...,

Here are 10 tips for beating morning madness
1. Kids need eight to 10 hours of sleep to achieve optimal health and school productivity, and parents need adequate sleep to start the day feeling fresh, so everyone needs to get into bed early.
2. McMullen theorizes that “recharging batteries is key to the success of routines.” Downtime is essential and is a built-in reward to following routines.
3. Prep for the morning by laying all clothes out the night before, including shoes, socks and hair ties.
4. Single parents with multiple children should enlist their tween or teen to help a younger one with a gentle morning wake up routine.
5. Younger children can track morning routines through a picture list that’s posted to the bathroom mirror. Older kids and parents should post lists where they can see them, too. How do you cope with
View these site for more help tips:
Back to school Lunches
Bedtime Magic
Tackling the Back to School Blues
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