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Beyond the Holiday Food Drive: Nurturing Empathy in Early Childhood

Raleigh Moms Blog partnered with Primrose Schools to bring you the information in this post. All opinions are 100% our own. We only partner with sponsors who we believe bring the most value to our audience.It’s the holidays! We are in the thick of it – the giving and getting season. Our littles are flooded […]

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Beyond the Supply List: 10 Ways To Really Help Your Child’s Teacher This School Year

We all want to be as helpful as possible to the amazing men and women who educate our children. But if you are anything like me, you struggle with what is actually helpful. Aside from the obligatory school supplies and ever-present “wish list” at the end of the newsletter- what do teachers actually want from […]

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Lightening the Load: Guidelines to Backpack Safety

Binders, notebooks, pencil pouches, lunchboxes, gym shoes, water bottles, laptops, jackets ….. Kids are heading back to school or have already returned and are carrying #allthethings in their backpacks!  If you’re, like me, you’ve watched your kids over stuff their bags then hunch over to lug a heavy backpack back and forth to school.  Over […]

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4 Tips to Celebrate Birthdays at School without the Sugar

4 Fun Ways to Celebrate Birthdays at School Without the Sugar

I picked up Corey from school to hear him excitedly discuss how many cupcakes he had in class. Wait, there were multiple? Apparently, one week in March holds a whopping three birthdays. Maybe it’s time we re-thought how we do birthday’s in school. OK, before you start jabbing me with number two pencils, hear me […]

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Is My Child Ready for Kindergarten?

When I became a mom, there were a lot of things I expected to be stressful for the next 18+ years. Sleepless nights, the cost of braces, first dates, and college admissions were on my radar. I was not prepared for the anxiety I would have about my child attending Kindergarten. When my first born […]

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