IS YOUR CHILD ANXIOUS ABOUT THE UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR? ARE YOU?
Getting your family geared up for a successful school year takes some preparation. The Confident Mom’s Back 2 School Survival Guide has all the information and tools you need to accomplish this not-so-easy, time-consuming task.
“Not only does this Survival Guide contain the printable items I need to help organise my children’s mornings, after-school time and school paperwork, it includes moral support and guidance which I will find very useful as my 5 year-old and 7 year-old make the transition from summer vacation to class-time again. I love the fact that it encourages me to do my best for my kids, to involve them in lunchbox choices, to share their school news and to take responsibility for the routine, whilst at the same time sharing the viewpoint that parenting can be challenging and there can be problems at school,especially if your children are sensitive or anxious. This is more than to do lists and calendars. It is the sharing of wisdom and experience.”
Alison Bayne, mum of two, ages 5, 7
READY, SET, BACK TO SCHOOL!
With a new school year comes new anxieties, earlier bedtimes, busier schedules, and homework struggles. This can take a toll on your ENTIRE family—not just the student. Make the time and put forth the effort NOW to prepare your family for this busy, stressful time by utilizing the tools and ideas in the Back 2 School Survival Guide.
For 19 years I have experienced having children attending different schools, all the way from elementary to college, and I have certainly learned a thing or two through our successes and failures!
Success doesn’t just happen. It takes hard work, dedication, and a plan of action. Help your kids thrive this year by giving them the tools they need to succeed.
“This would help me in many areas that I struggle with each year (even as a homeschooling mom), such as the countdown to waking up for school. I struggle with this question each year, of letting them sleep to the last day or slowing building up toward that first day of getting up early. I’m loving the chore lists and the morning and evening lists, and one of my favorite aspects of this guide are the colors and graphics! Also, the forms, schedules, and even the lunchbox ideas will help me out. Although I have my kids at home, I still love to fix special lunches and leave little notes here and there. The forms are all set up to be used by those in traditional schools as well as homeschools. I love that!”
The Confident Mom Back 2 School Survival Guide will help you:
- Put your child’s back-to-school anxieties to rest.
- Help your child thrive in school and at home by setting up easy-to-follow routines.
- Make packing lunches a snap and learn to send lunches that are more likely to be consumed instead of left uneaten.
- Stay on top of activities for the entire family.
- Teach your children how to set goals and celebrate their successes.
- Discover new ways to have fun together as a family.
- Put homework hassles to rest.
- Learn that letting your child fail can ultimately lead to their success.
- Become a savvy back-to-school shopper.
- Get involved in your child’s classroom through volunteerism.
- Prepare for the “big K” (Kindergarten).
- Provide guidance to help your child deal with bullies.
- Help your child develop a healthy attitude towards school, teachers, and classmates (including classmates with disabilities).
- Keep your children safe while using the Internet.
- And much more!
The transition from a carefree summer into a rigorous school schedule doesn’t happen easily or without struggle, but it can be easier on everyone if you are proactive and intentional in your preparations. This Back 2 School Survival Guide provides proven tips, tools, and step-by-step instructions to help you and your child be as prepared as possible—and create a more organized home in the process.
“Even though I am a homeschool mom, I found a lot of the information and tips that would still be very helpful to me. I really loved the getting back into a routine section before school starts. I could really use a “buffer” before we start our school year. I also loved a back to school tradition idea. This is jammed packed with great ideas for the entire school year. The printable templates were a great added bonus that I will be sure to use!”
Bethany P. wife and homeschool mommy of 3
The Back 2 School Survival Guide has real tools—useable tools created by someone
that’s been there—that will make that transition easier.
Your guide will include:
- Back 2 School Survival Guide eBook
- Student Planner
- Master Family Planner
- Routine Checklists
- School Information Sheet
- Schedule Adjustment Worksheet
- Countdown Maze
- My Favorites Lunch Planning Worksheet
- Grocery Planner
- Family Fun Worksheet
- Family Meeting Agenda
- School Goals Worksheet
- Classmate Contact Sheet
- Important Dates At-A-Glance Sheet
- Lunchbox Notes, Jokes, and Quotes
- Note to Teacher Form
Purchase The Confident Mom Back 2 School Survival Guide now to get a grip on anxieties, busy schedules, loads of information, daily routines, and creating healthy attitudes to ensure your family has a smooth transition back to school that will last the entire year.
All for only $8!
Once the transaction is complete, you will be able to download and print your survival guide immediately. You must print or save the file within 48 hours of checkout.
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This ebook is directed to traditionally schooled children – yet many ideas presented translate to homeschoolers as well. There are a few not applicable (PTA, transportation and parent teacher conference/report cards)
If you’re not completely happy with your purchase, you have 14 days to receive a full refund, no questions asked.
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