Gifts go a long way in showing teachers how grateful you are and help solidify the parent-teacher partnership, which is important from the very start. This year, let’s skip the typical teacher gifts like mugs and give them gifts that are unique, meaningful and useful. Here are some gift ideas for every teacher on your list.
Ah, summer break: that remarkable time when days are long, cicadas burst into song, and kids have lots and lots… and lots… of free time. Keep boredom at bay by having a list of things to do at-the-ready for the kiddos. That way, they’ll have an array of activities to choose from every day, and you can rest easy knowing “I’m bored” won’t be in their vocabulary for a few months; at least, not until the school year starts.
February is Black History Month, and we’re excited to celebrate. Black History Month officially became recognized by the U.S. government in 1976. It is a time to reflect on all of the past and present accomplishments of black Americans to U.S. society.
The formal dining room. Talk about a room starved for attention. Changing times and evolving tastes have made it more and more a thing of the past. Today, it’s all about open concept floor layouts, grab-and-go meals and a less traditional, more casual way of life.
Hut, hut hike! As football season gets underway, where will your family and friends gather to watch the hoopla? Get your game on and prep a room to enjoy the excitement, food and camaraderie. Score a touchdown in everyone’s playbook with this checklist of 10 pregame changers for home.