If your child is getting ready to head back to school or perhaps going to school for the first time, you might want to consider the new Back 2 School Survival Guide eBook from The Confident Mom. She sent it over to me, and I took a look through it. Obviously, as a homeschool mom of it doesn’t really apply for me, but I did think (as a former teacher) it included a ton of helpful info in it.
I also love the cute owl designs and printables, but I might be easily swayed by cute owls…
The download includes:
- Back 2 School Survival Guide eBook
- Student Planner
- Master Family Planner
- Routine Checklists
- School Information Sheet
- Schedule Adjustment Worksheet
- Countdown Maze
- My Favorites Lunch Planning Worksheet
- Grocery Planner
- Family Fun Worksheet
- Family Meeting Agenda
- School Goals Worksheet
- Classmate Contact Sheet
- Important Dates At-A-Glance Sheet
- Lunchbox Notes, Jokes, and Quotes
- Note to Teacher Form
Right now, the best way to get this guide is in the Back-to-School Bundle of the Week for $7.40 (but that is only available through Sunday). If you’d prefer to just get the Back 2 School Survival Guide directly from The Confident Mom, you can use the code B2SCHOOL to save $2 (and get it for $8). This code is good through August 15.
Here is a little more info about the eBook and printables:
“The Confident Mom Back 2 School Survival Guide will help you:
- Put your child’s back-to-school anxieties to rest.
- Help your child thrive in school and at home by setting up easy-to-follow routines.
- Make packing lunches a snap and learn to send lunches that are more likely to be consumed instead of left uneaten.
- Stay on top of activities for the entire family.
- Teach your children how to set goals and celebrate their successes.
- Discover new ways to have fun together as a family.
- Put homework hassles to rest.
- Learn that letting your child fail can ultimately lead to their success.
- Become a savvy back-to-school shopper.
- Get involved in your child’s classroom through volunteerism.
- Prepare for the “big K” (Kindergarten).
- Provide guidance to help your child deal with bullies.
- Help your child develop a healthy attitude towards school, teachers, and classmates (including classmates with disabilities).
- Keep your children safe while using the Internet.
- And much more!”