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Chronic Absenteeism Is Real And Happening Every Day

Chronic Absenteeism Is Real And Happening Every Day

For most parents, back to school means as a parent you get a break from the crazy of summer. You know what I am talking about, right? A small voice in your head is sad that they are going back to school, but you are also celebrating that little bit of freedom that you are about to have because of it. School shopping is done; you have just dropped them off for their first day and … Read entire article »

Filed under: Advice, Parenting

HS Diploma – It’s Never Too Late And You’re Not Alone!

HS Diploma – It’s Never Too Late And You’re Not Alone!

Graduating high school is monumental. It is an accomplishment that you show pride in the rest of your life. The day you throw your hat in the air and celebrate everything you have accomplished is something to celebrate. Whether you go on to college, technical school, or a career – that diploma is something you need. Unfortunately, not everyone has that opportunity while in high school. It isn’t for lack of trying – there are … Read entire article »

Filed under: Educational, Socially Conscious

Welcome to Wishenpoof

Welcome to Wishenpoof

(Disclosure: This is a sponsored post via KidzVuz. All thoughts and opinions are my own.) Wishenpoof, the newest Amazon Original Kids Series, will be available for Amazon Prime members beginning on August 14th,  One of the perks of being a blogger is the chance to preview new TV shows, and my boys (ages 4 and 7) binge-watched the entire 13 episode run of Wishenproof during a recent vacation. Created by Angela C. Santomero (Blue’s Clues, Creative Galaxy, Daniel Tiger’s … Read entire article »

Filed under: DVD, Educational, entertainment, Featured, Free, Free Trial, Kindergartners, News, Parenting, Pre-schoolers, Pro-Social Skills, School Aged Children, Socially Conscious, Television, Toddlers, Video

Learning For Kids With All Needs

Learning For Kids With All Needs

Kids learn in different ways.  There are quite a few ways people learn, yet most classrooms are one size fits all.  What do you do when your child doesn’t fit that mold?  Do you know the signs of learning and attention issues ?   Visual learners learn by being shown how to do things. They tend to be good readers with good imaginations, and respond well to instruction.  Auditory learners learn by listening, as the name implies. Lectures, discussions, singing … Read entire article »

Filed under: School Aged Children

Give Education and Combat the Dropout Crisis

Give Education and Combat the Dropout Crisis

Educating our youth is one of the most powerful tools we have at hand. Education has been proven to increase longevity, promote healthy lifestyles, bring positive change to career fields and society and have an endless number of further benefits. Stunningly in the United States, a young person drops out of high school every 26 seconds. What can you do to help? In addition to constantly showing your support for education within your family and your … Read entire article »

Filed under: Educational, Featured, News, School Aged Children, Socially Conscious, Uncategorized

Random House Summer Reading Community

Random House Summer Reading Community

This summer, Mamanista is very excited to be teaming up with Blog Frog and Random House to become a part of the Random House Summer Reading Community! We strongly believe in the importance of reading in the lives of young children; literacy is the keystone to academic success and confidence. The Summer Reading Community’s objective is to act as an online space where devoted moms can connect with each other and share resources to help keep … Read entire article »

Filed under: Books, Educational, Featured, School Aged Children, Toddlers, Uncategorized