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Curious about the suggestions but don’t have time to read right now? No worries! Pin this post to your Pinterest board to save for later when you have more “time.” ๐Ÿ™‚ Your child is going into Kindergarten! It is both the most exciting and unnerving time. As a parent, we want nothing more than our child to succeed, be happy, and make the most amazing friends. However, behind those hopes are normal parenting concerns and worries. If this applies to you as well, then you need to read these top 6 tips on how to help your child be ready and thrive in their first year as a Kindergartener. Coming from a Kindergarten teacher of 30+ years, these are the best tips that you will be able to find on how to prepare your child for Kindergarten! Advice from a dedicated Kindergarten teacher Photo by Tori Pintar: toripintar.com If you…

I know, I know. If you are anything like me, or like the crazy summer weather we have had here in Montana, summer feels like it literally just started a week ago. So the idea of even thinking ahead to fall doesn’t interest me in the least right now. However, as much as I try and avoid it, ignore the Christmas decorations in Joanns or the enormous inflatable snowman that I saw in front of a local car dealership today (Yes, it’s July!), I know that avoidance will come back to bite me in the butt and cause undue stress. But no worries, I’ve done the searching for you to help you quickly take care of the fall back to school essentials so you can jump right back into enjoying your summer! Here is my top list of back to school essentials that will help you and your family to…

How fun are these bicycle magnets? If you are looking for a quick and easy DIY project with your kids, a fun gift, or a way to spruce up your magnetic board….then then you need to give these magnets a try! A project that can be whipped out quickly is always a win in my book. Growing up with a mom that was a kindergarten teacher….and a great one may I add….we had an entire closet dedicated to art supplies and crafts. This small closet was set up with a kids table and little chairs pushed up against the back wall. The entire wall above the table held shelves full of endless craft possibilities and every possible craft supply you could imagine. Underneath that very bottom shelf was a light so those nights we couldn’t sleep, we could get up and get busy in that closet. On the inside of…

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