Getting Organized For Back To School

Put your best foot forward by using these #ProTips to get organized before school.

A Strategy to Help Your Child Better Manage Her Time
19 February, 2019
As your child gets older, you probably notice that her commitment to school, sports, and extracurricular activities is growing, too. Middle and high school students generally have more homework than younger kids, and the number of practices for athletics, dance, music, hobbies and other activities increases as participants move to higher levels of achievement and skills. The Juggling Act of Taking on Too Much With so many competing responsibilities to juggle, the weight of all of the commitmen
Fun Family Activities To Put The Brakes On Summer Learning Loss
07 July, 2018
When the first day of school rolls around each fall, elementary school teachers have to confront the inevitable “summer slide” — that is, the loss of skills school kids seem to experience over the long days of summer. As a parent, you probably want to help your kids maintain their academic aptitude without becoming a nag. Here are some fun family activities that will keep everyone sharp (and happy) throughout the summer months. 1. Read and Write Everything. Be intentional about including your c
4 Steps To Teach Your Child How To Be Organized
17 October, 2017
Teaching your child organizational [https://www.noodlepros.com/blog/2017/08/17/elementary-school-organization/] skills is something that she will thank you for down the line. This knowledge will stay with her as she applies it at school, work, and beyond. There are many techniques you can use to teach your child how to keep track of her responsibilities and belongings. Here are some ways to get started: Preliminary Work No one likes a hypocrite. Before you can teach someone to be organized, y
Getting Organized For Back To School: High School
21 August, 2017
Being truly organized doesn’t just mean a trip to the office supply store, though that’s often a big part of it! *** Your high schooler might act like a pro at this “getting ready for the school” year thing, but are they really ready? Being truly organized doesn’t just mean a trip to the office supply store, though that’s often a big part of it! Here’s how to get your high schooler off to a good start: 1. Electronics Computer folders are just as susceptible to clutter as paper folders, so or
Getting Organized For Back To School: Elementary School
17 August, 2017
Good organizational skills need to be modeled and reinforced. *** It’s almost time to go back to school! Whether your child cannot wait to walk through those school doors, or is clinging onto these last weeks of summer, it is time to get organized for the new school year. Lower elementary grade teachers may institute their own organizational tools: folders to send home, cubbies at school, school shoes, reading logs: but this doesn’t mean you’re off the hook! Good organizational skills need t
Getting Organized For Back To School: Middle School
15 August, 2017
Here are a few tips for getting you and your middle-schooler organized, so they can start the school year off right. *** It’s that time of the year again when millions of students begin to bubble with anticipation at the prospect of heading back to school. Minimize the stress and increase your teen’s chances for success by getting organized. Here are a few tips for getting you and your middle-schooler organized, so they can start the school year off right. 1. An organized binder: This will
How To Help Children With Special Needs Get Organized For Back To School
10 August, 2017
Getting ready for the new school year can be hectic no matter what. But having a child with a disability means there are a few additional things to think about. Whether your child has  Autism Spectrum Disorder, dyslexia, Downs Syndrome, or a physical impairment, here are a few general tips to help keep them on a track to success for the upcoming school year: 1. Electronics: If your child uses any mode of assistive technology, from an iPad to take notes to a Dynavox to communicate, make s