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How do you deal with "back-to-school blues"?


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TerriBarnes August 21, 2011

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Make the homework fun..My kids are ready to go back to school..They miss all of there friends!!


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Mom2823 August 16, 2011

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My kids are always excited to go back to school... and see their friends. For the parents... 2hour homework nights here we come!


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montanamorgan August 9, 2011

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Tell he/she that it's going to be fun and he/she will make new friends and might even see friends from old school.


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kileylove August 8, 2011

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my daughter is wanting to go to matthews elementary and not be home schooled i don't know what to do we don't have a lot of money we just don't know what to do at these time's


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BuckeyeMomof3 August 7, 2011

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My son is excited because he is a newbie to school and my daughter can't wait to see her friends again. I try to make learning fun for them and take them on library trips and they pick out things they like to read. It helps jump start their brians!


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JaneNewcomb August 5, 2011

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I read books related to going back to school with my twin boys. "David Goes Back to School" by David Shannon a good one for kids 4-7 ish


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c_kiuchi August 5, 2011

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We like to make a big deal out of new backpacks, notebooks other supplies for out boys. This small amount of retail therapy seems to work pretty well.


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jenfmom August 5, 2011

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I try to get my daughter excited by reminding her of all the friends she'll get to see again when school starts.


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tjlove August 5, 2011

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Plan an extra fun summer activity the weekend before school starts to end the summer on a good note.


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Allysona September 30, 2010

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My son was ready to return to school, mostly to see his friends. Buying a few new things like clothing and a notebook got him excited about returning. Now the challenge is keeping him on task with his homework.




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