Getting kids involved in back to school shopping can be fun and easy.
And not surprisingly, there’s a whole lot of learning that will happen along the way.
There’s a whole lot of reading.
There’s a whole lot of math.
There’s a whole lot of life skill learning.
And? There’s a whole lot of help they can give to busy parents once they get the hang of it.
For the last six years I’ve had my crew help me in some capacity with back-to-school shopping, but this year takes the cake.
We did a whole lot of comparative shopping, and I’m hoping I can use their mad shopping skills come holiday time.
Here’s the skinny. . .
- Get Kids Involved in Back to School Shopping:
Check out a quick video showing ways you can get your kids involved in back-to-school shopping. . .
And then be sure to check out all of the videos from the back-to-school series!
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Do you want the school supply plan sheet to use with your crew?
Click the link below: school supply PLAN sheet teachmama.com
Want to make sure this year is a success? Check out these other rock the school year posts:
- tricks to staying organized
- school year success
- start the school year right
- hello teacher notes
- get kids to talk about school
- reading with elementary schoolers
- lunchbox love notes— school rules!
- preparing for kindergarten–the summer before