Great School Ideas Parents of Elementary Age Students
Ideas for Elementary School Parents
Fun ideas for kids in the young elementary years is not only helpful for students, but also fun for paretns as they send their little kiddos off to school.
Elementary school is an age that develops young kids and when parents send their kids to kindergarten and elementary school they send a piece of their heart with them. Many young children are scared, some get bullied, and others just need an encouraging word from home throughout the day.
Here are some ways parents can make elementary school fun and remind them of home at the same time.
Useful Ideas for Parents of Elementary Students
Back to school ideas for parents and families sending their kids to elementary school.
Lunchbox Notes for Kids
Note ideas for kids lunches
Adding a note, a joke, or a word of encouragement to your kids lunch is a perfect way to get a smile during the middle of their day. Younger kids prefer to take lunches to school instead of eat boring, bland school food. Some students have dietary needs that differ from what is offered in school and pack their own food.
Here are some fun ways to brighten up their day. Perfect messages for both girls and boys.
Fun Novelty Sandwich bags
Reusable sandwich bags for kids
Sandwich baggies don’t have to be plain boring ziplock bags, they can be fun and actually make your kids look forward to lunch. For the budget conscience parent reusable sandwich bags are easy on the budget on the long run and are environmentally friendly.
Check out these fun novelty sandwich bags for kids. You may wish you were back in school yourself. Heck take them to work and be the talk of your office. You know bringing your lunch to work will save money over going out to eat.
Books for helping Kids in Elementary School
Helpful parenting books for kids in elementary school
It’s no secret that elementary school can be a difficult stage in your childs educational life. They are thrown together in kindergarten with children from different backgrounds and need to learn behaviors and coping strategies they never had to use when they were playing with blocks and toys at home.
As 4th grade approaches puberty starts to kick in as some girls start to mature faster than others and the late bloomers are often left behind. Parents need all the help they can find in dealing with cliques, bullies, managing homework and parenting takes on a whole different concept when it comes to pre-teens.
Hopefully these books will help guide you in helping your son or daughter succeed in school.
Little Kids, Big Worries: Stress-Busting Tips for Early ChildhoodThe Kindergarten Toolkit for Parents: 75 Tips from aDiscipline without yelling, screaming and spanking: The Ultimate GuideThe Mom Book Goes to School: Insider Tips to
Fun Back to School Video
Parents vs Kids: Back to School Rap Battle | The Holderness Family
Enjoy this fun rap video on sending you kids back to school. Does this remind you of your house, or is the Holderness family just a little bit more together and cooler than you.