We’re gearing up to begin another school year and we know that brings excitement for some and panic for others. We’ve rounded up some of the Back-to-School posts from throughout the years and have organized them into one spot to make it easier for you to find the resources you need.
A Nashville Mom’s Back-to-School Guide
Starting school or going back to school can be a stressful time. Here are some things to consider to ease the transition.
The struggle is real. Sometimes there are tears — and not just from the kids!
We all needs ideas on how to keep things moving more smoothly, right?
Let’s face it. School supplies can really add up. Multiple kids (and multiple schools) can really cause that number to skyrocket! Read up on tips for sales and lower cost ways to fill those needs.
Meals & Snacks
Help fuel your child for success by packing a nutritious lunch. Check out these ideas.
After School Snacks
All of these ideas are easy and can be made ahead of time or quickly made once the kids hop off the bus! Hopefully, this list inspires you with some fun ideas for your children and help make the time between school and dinner a little bit tastier! After a long day of learning, a filling, yet healthy snack is just what the kiddos or even mom needs to tide her over until dinner. These are perfect to take on the go if you are heading to practice or other after-school activities.
Let’s be real. Sometimes (or a lot) we need a break from cooking. There are money saving deals on this list for every day of the week!
For The Moms
If you want to join in the annual social media tradition of the “child going off to school holds a commemorative sign,” we can help. Use the link above to download a sign.
A list of items to make your life easier as the kids make their way back to school!
If you have a child going to school full-time have you thought about what you are going to miss most?
A great article to think about the safety of your child while in school.
“It needs to be preschool. Someone else needs to care for you, even if it’s only for three hours. Cuz I’m done.”
“I saw the back of his head, watched his little feet as he stepped to the door, and I cried.”
This letter was written from a mom to her son on his first day of Kindergarten. These moments are bittersweet. Enjoy every moment!
With the kids back at school, now is the time to get back to your self-care routines.
What happens when mom decides to go back to school?
Screen time can be beneficial. These apps help reinforce reading and math skills, sorting, classifying, and problem-solving.
“It is of great comfort to me to have found educational games I can trust are actually teaching my children and stimulating their creativity.”