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SPONSORED BY: Sarasota Scullers Youth Rowing Club Our son’s middle school English teacher suggested to our young man that he might like the Sarasota Scullers and organized rowing. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that that recommendation was the most impactful thing to happen during his entire 3 years of middle school. Almost immediately after that suggestion our son’s priorities changed, his physical development shifted dramatically, his disposition improved and a soc
As families prepare their students for the school season, educators weigh in on best practices for managing the transition back to school. Get into a routine Before school starts, adjust your child’s bedtime and wake them up five to 10 minutes earlier each day leading up to the first day. Also, post a morning task chart. “By making a visual schedule, kids know what is expected and check off the pictures or word phrases as they do each one,” says Tara Walrod, a school counselo
Every parent has that one trick up their sleeve that helps make life just a little simpler in the midst of a hectic school year. Read on for some of their best tips, clever tricks and genius hacks for back to school. 1. Plan your meals Steer clear of the drive-thru on hectic evenings by taking 10 minutes each weekend to plan simple meals for the week. With a complete grocery list in hand, head to the store to purchase everything you’ll need. To further simplify planning, prep
"Get me a drink of water," demanded the seven-year-old girl on the couch. A few minutes later the sibling chimed in with, "Bring me some chips!" The please and thank you manners were painfully missing. Dad was oblivious to what was happening as mom continued to cater their demands throughout the day. For dinner, Mom made them each separate dinners. At the ended of the day, Mom looked exhausted. I don’t think this Mom or Dad had any clue that they were raising entitled childre
You may feel like the dust hasn’t even begun to settle on the Christmas decorations in the attic, but it’s time to start thinking about summer! Choosing the right summer camp for your child can be a daunting task, but summer camp can reap many rewards for both you and your child. Building friendships, developing interests and skills, experiencing new and exciting things and so much more—all of these things are benefits of summer camp. What’s Most Important?
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4 Parenting Mistakes a Mom Inadvertently Made with Her Daughter I was at a friend's house listening to her 9-year-old daughter play the piano. Her mother piped in and announced that she was going to play the other part of the duet. Her daughter raised her hand and said, "You are not included!" Mom reacted by reprimanding, "That's not nice. You shouldn't talk to me like that." As you can imagine, things didn't go well from here. This all came down in less than 2 minutes. How d