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Started by Dianne , author of Mom-Stuff Community 8/2/2011 11:08:42 AM

 

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It's time to get those kids ready for school.

Time for Back to School Shopping
Here is your mission if you choose to accept it. GET THE MOST FROM YOUR SCHOOL CLOTHES BUDGET. . . . keep reading

8 Great Tips To Organize Kids' Rooms
It's the battle cry of millions of parents: "Clean your room!" As you get ready for back to school it is a great opportunity to organize your child's bedroom. Seasonal events like birthdays, the holidays or a new school year bring fresh impetus to the drive to get kids organized--and nowhere is the battleground more intense than in the children's bedrooms. . . . keep reading

Back to School Artwork Books
Our Back to School idea this month is focused on saving all of our kid's artwork that comes home from school. When my daughter started in an early education program, every week the school would send home her artwork from her lessons. She was so proud of her work that she wanted to keep it. . . . keep reading

Make Your Own Hair Bows
Make Hair bows to match your kids back to school clothes. . . . keep reading

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Reply by Franticmommy

author of Home - Franticmommy 8/5/2011 7:04:41 AM

 

Since everyone is in BTS mode right now (me included!) I've encountered some great sources of info I want to pass along:

Smead Organomics has a cool guide on Getting Ready for BAck-To-School. You can find a copy at The Supply Chicks Blog here: http://www.officesupplychick.com/2011/08/getting-ready-for-back-to-school.html

Storkbrokers is a great site for selling your OUTGROWN kids items (we all have those). They also have a great free guide on 25 Tips For Quickly Converting Your Kids OUtgrown Items To CASH. Look at the top-right side of their page by the hot pink Checkout button. Enter your email and download your free report. As a former eBayer seller I was super imopressed with the info they provide. http://www.storkbrokers.com/

And Scholastica has a great article on Dealing With The Back-To-School Jitters: http://www.scholastic.com/resources/article/dealing-with-back-to-school-jitters

 

enjoy!


 


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Reply by Dianne

author of Mom-Stuff Community 8/9/2011 10:28:25 AM

Thanks for sharing these great resources.


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Reply by Dianne

author of Mom-Stuff Community 10/5/2011 3:55:45 PM

Thanks for sharing this resource.


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