How Parents Can Help Their Children Get Organized: Teach Your Children How to Be Productive - eBook
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Vendor: Made for Success
Publication Date: 2011
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The start of a new school year is the beginning of many firsts for our children: new supplies, teachers, classes, friends, clothes, and schedules. This is a universal time of change for all parents of school-age children. And though much has suddenly changed, much stays the same for some: disorganized bedrooms, poor time management, lack of discipline, and stress. As parents, it's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of settling our children into the new school year and making sure they're comfortable that we forget about the ongoing struggles our children endure the rest of the year. This ebook will help you manage six critical areas of organization with advice from Laura Stack, The Productivity Pro and mother of three.
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