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Is Summer Brain Drain a Real Concern?

By JustMommies staff

When school got out for the summer, did you worry that your child might forget part of what was learned during the academic year? Once school is back in session after a free summer, what is the verdict--has your child lost some of the learning milestones he or she had reached the previous year? Summer
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Kids Playing Hooky – Is It Ever OK?

By JustMommies staff

Is it ever OK to allow your children “play hooky” – to skip school – for a special reason? While schools will almost unanimously come down on the “no” side of this question, many parents believe that it can’t hurt to take the kids out every now and then for a family trip or event. In fact,
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My Animal Journal

By JustMommies staff

Learn about animals with your child. Have your child keep an animal journal to keep track of interesting information about each animal. Print out our animal journal here. Animal Journal
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My Child Hates to Read! Ten Ways to Get Your Kids Excited About Books

By JustMommies staff

Have a child who would sooner do chores than pick up a book? Relax and rest assured in the knowledge that you are not alone. Reading can be a chore for some kids, but there are ways you can add some enthusiasm and encouragement to your kids to blossom their interest in books. Before you know it, you’ll
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Overdoing Homework Help

By Jan Roberts

Parents who take on the job as their children's "homework coach" , often are confused about exactly what this responsibility entails. With homework assignments now coming home with kindergartners as well as upper graders, parents often wonder exactly how involved they should be in helping their children
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Phonics Worksheets

By JustMommies staff

Here are some printable worksheets to help your child work on his phonics. Just click on the pictures below and print! Phonics worksheets ou and ow worksheet 1 ou and ow worksheet 2 oi - oy worksheet ee- ea worksheet oi and oy worksheet ee and ea worksheet
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Pilgrims Unit Study

By JustMommies staff

In this unit study you will learn about the Pilgrims' voyage from England to America on the Mayflower. Your students will learn about how the Pilgrims lived and why they wanted to travel all the way to America. They will also learn about the Pilgrims first Thanksgiving. We have included a printable timeline
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Prepositions Worksheet

By JustMommies staff

A preposition is part of speech that shows relationship between a noun or pronoun and another word. Prepositions usually come before a noun and tell you information such as time, location, or direction. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view this page correctly. You can download Adobe Acrobat here. Prepositional
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Raising a Reader

By Donita K. Paul

My children are avid readers. Okay, they’re grown and are not under my supervision any longer. I’m not actively promoting this addiction, ahem, I mean, worthy pursuit. But, the love of reading sprang out of childhood habits. I confess, when I’m asked how did I, as a mom, encourage reading, I’m
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Raising a Reader

By Donita K. Paul

My children are avid readers. Okay, they’re grown and are not under my supervision any longer. I’m not actively promoting this addiction, ahem, I mean, worthy pursuit. But, the love of reading sprang out of childhood habits. I confess, when I’m asked how did I, as a mom, encourage reading, I’m
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