Family First VoiceAmerica™ Summer is half over and families are thinking about back to school! Tune in to Family First on Voice America.com to hear our dynamic guest Brenda Mott of Smart Mom University.com sharing The 5 Key Activities for Preparing Kids for Back-to-School. Just click on the link above to get more detail. The show is live at 4 PM Eastern, ! PM Pacific, and then available any time for listening or podcast. And check out all the great previously archived shows!
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Meanwhile, tune in to http://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/55290/5-key-activities-for-preparing-kids-for-back-to-school to find our how to make a smooth transition from summer family routines to school!
Randy Rolfe's Take Home Tip: Include your children in lots of your own activities, like measuring ingredients for a meal or clearing the yard, or making out a shopping list. It will keep their math, reading and writing fresh as well as give them outdoor time and also show them that what they are learning in school is what they will use as adults. Keep learning and practice relevant and fun!