Browsing: Back to School
Hannah Christensen’s oldest child is off to preschool this fall. Here is what she is doing to prepare mentally and emotionally for the transition.
A roundup of some of Lisa Hess’s back-to-school articles to help parents and students get — and stay — organized.
If you were the one grading teachers, who would qualify as an “A ” teacher? Ellen Mongan gives her insight on how important the role of a teacher is to students. Perhaps the teacher you wanted to give a failing grade to at the beginning of the year may be an “A ” teacher after all!
Whether your children have been back in school for a few weeks already or they’re still packing their backpacks for the first day of school, this is a great time to remember that there are many saints who intercede for students! Our friends at HolyArt.com created this infographic that highlights 5 patron saints of students.
Long after the pile of desirables has been discarded, three tools will remain necessities for an organized school year. Lisa Hess shares style-friendly suggestions for helping kids to organize school supplies.
Gearing up for back-to-school time? Emily Jaminet offers ways moms can prepare for a busy autumn while still savoring summer fun.
Barb Szyszkiewicz loved reading Beverly Cleary’s “Ramona” series as a child. Turns out, these books are chock-full of sound parenting advice.
Already dreaming about the cooler fall weather and sense of order that back-to-school time brings? So’s Meg Matenaer! Here she shares a recipe for a crowd-pleasing macaroni and cheese sandwich that’s a snap to prepare, perfect for busy fall evenings.
On the menu for CatholicMom.com’s Sunday Brunch, we have a sample of articles from the past week.