1. Great ideas…good for me too! As a teacher, back to school is filled with different emotions and getting out of summer mode and back to a routine is always difficult.

    1. I am sure that is true, Jenn! Thank you for your dedication as a teacher. Even though it may not seem obvious at times, I’m sure you are making a difference in so many lives.

  2. What great ideas! This will be my first school year with one in preschool and my first school year that I won’t be teaching. It’s a whole new game in our household, so I will certainly be coming back to these suggestions. Thanks for the great tips!

    1. Thank you, Kristin. I’m glad you get to spend time with your little one outside of a classroom. They grow up so incredibly fast. Before you know it, you’ll be watching them graduate! Treasure all of those milestones.

  3. Great back to school advice! I love that you mention celebrating! We always have a back to school pool party with friends the weekend before. It seems to get them more excited to go back. 🙂

    1. I really like that idea. A pool party sounds like the perfect way to get everyone geared up and excited for a new school year. More than that, Renee, you are creating memories that will last forever. <3

  4. These are terrific ideas for getting back in the swing of school days!

  5. Grat ides for parents, caregivers and educators. Some of the ideas can also be used by administrators to celebrate teachers return to school.

    1. That is true, Jean. Teachers should be celebrated also!

  6. These are all good ideas on getting back into the routine of things with school fast approaching. I love the storage bins too.

    1. Thank you, Brooke. Sometimes it’s a bit of a struggle for little ones to get up early and headed back to class but soon enough everyone falls into a routine for sure. When my child was little, we did not have homework bins but I wish we would have. I think it really helps to keep everything in one spot so homework time is a little bit easier. 🙂

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