Jeannie Augustine

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Transition tips for children starting middle school are more important than many parents are aware of. Learn the reasons why here.

Transition Tips for Children Starting Middle School Transition tips for children starting middle school are more important than many parents are aware of. Learn the reasons why here.

Great tips on how to teach your teen to set goals!

Teach your teen how to set goals with these easy steps. Setting realistic goals is a must have skill for all kids and even adults!

8 Things I Wish I Knew as a High School Freshman- do as a writing Assignment?

High school I really didn't think it would come this quick.On the first day I met one of my closest friends now popi .We met by her throwing a rubber band at me and from then on we just got along so well,and have so much in common.

Grade-schoolers often procrastinate. But major problems with time management could indicate executive functioning difficulties. If your child struggles with time management, you may notice some of the following signs. Click through for 10 tips to help your child get organized.

Grade-schoolers often dawdle and procrastinate. So how can you tell if your child is really struggling with time management? Here are some of signs you may notice.

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How I Manage My Time pensandmachine: “(Image credit to ME: PLEASE DO NOT REPOST) Hi all! I’ve had quite a number of asks wanting some time management tips, so I thought I’d make a post about my time.

Middle School to High School Making the Transition  Are you nervous about homeschooling through high school? Meredith, author of  Homeschooling High School, It’s Not As Hard As You Think, shares her insight and tips for walking along side your teens as they move from middle school to high school.  She's also giving away 3 copies of her book so enter to win before 10/11/15!

Middle School to High School Making the Transition Are you nervous about homeschooling through high school? Meredith, author of Homeschooling High School, It’s Not As Hard As You Think, shares her insight and tips for walking along side your teens

http://www.wikihow.com/Survive-Your-Freshman-Year-in-High-School How to survive you freshman year in highschool. great advice!

Make a map of the school and label it with like known areas to the students not necessarily what it's named (math wing, library lab, small computer lab, big lab, lounges= lunch places/pda couples) 😂