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50 US States and Capitals

By JustMommies staff

Use our printable flash cards to help your child learn the 50 US states and capitals. Alabama to Florida (front) Alabama to Florida (back) Georgia to Louisiana (front) Georgia to Lousiana (back) Maine to Nebraska (front) Maine to Nebraska (back) Nevada to Oklahoma (front) Nevada to Oklahoma (back) Oregon
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5 Tips for Supporting Your Child's Learning

By Laura Carlson

You have an extraordinary opportunity to empower your child's education. Whether your child goes to a conventional school or is home-schooled, you can fortify that learning experience. Here are a handful of tips to get you started: 1. Be aware of different approaches. Among the many teaching tactics-one
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5 Tips for Supporting Your Child's Learning

By Laura Carlson

You have an extraordinary opportunity to empower your child's education. Whether your child goes to a conventional school or is home-schooled, you can fortify that learning experience. Here are a handful of tips to get you started: 1. Be aware of different approaches. Among the many teaching tactics-one
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Addition Carrying Worksheets

By JustMommies staff

Here are some printable worksheets to help your child work on learning to use carrying in addition. Just click on the pictures below and print! Addition "Carrying" Worksheets carrying worksheet 1 answer key for carrying worksheet 1 carrying worksheet 2 answer key for carrying worksheet 2
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A Full Stomach Equals a Full Mind

By Elizabeth Yarnell

It seems as if the school year begins earlier and earlier each year. Politicians would have you believe that as long as kids are in the classroom, they are learning. In truth, there is so much more to learning than simply showing up: eating the right foods helps, too. Studies have shown that malnourished
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Arts Builds Smarts

By Christinna Chauncey

The Importance of Providing Funding for the Arts Our kids need to be exposed to the arts. It's as simple as that. Their futures depend up on it. In a society where the workforce is placing increasing emphasis on an employee's ability to create and generate ideas, it's vitally important that our children's
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Back-to-School Shopping

By JustMommies staff

The back to school rush is one of the most hectic and stressful times of year for parents. As most are pressed for time and attempting to stick to a budget, all the back-to-school shopping expenses and tasks (clothes, new shoes, school supplies etc.) can seem overwhelming, especially when you have a
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Back to School Transition For Families

By Jan Roberts

Parents and children alike often have mixed feelings as carefree summer ends and the fall academic year is launched with a bang. Those "school days, school days, good ole golden rule days" are back again, requiring more disciplined routines. Parents can get the school year off on a positive note by
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Bullying: How a Parent Can Help

By JustMommies staff

Bullying is an enormous problem in our schools. The impact of being bullied carries on far into adulthood. It is not something that you can just ignore and hope will go away. Many people think that kids need to get a thicker skin or toughen up; perhaps, these people have never been through the experience
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Charter Schools – More Choices for Parents

By JustMommies staff

What is a charter school? A charter school is a publicly funded school that is established through a contract, generally with the state or local school board. A charter establishes the school’s mission, academic program, goals, students served, how the school will measure success, as well as the length
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